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VOLUME  4 

FOR  THE  YEAR  1931 

Nos.  1-12 


Published  by  authority  of  the  Acts  of  Congress  of  March  3,  1891 
of  June  30,  1906,  and  of  March  4,  1909 


UNITED   STATES 

GOVERNMENT  PRINTING   OFFICE 

WASHINGTON  :  1932 


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LIBRARY  OF  CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT  OFFICE 


CATALOGUE 


OF 


COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


PUBLISHED  BY  AUTHORITY  OF  THE  ACTS  OF  CONGRESS  OF  MARCH   3,    1891 
OF  JUNE  30,  1906,  AND  OF  MARCH  4,   1909 


PART  1,  GROUP  3 

DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 

MOTION  PICTURES 


1931 

VOLUME  4 
No.  1 


UNITED  STATES 

GOVERNMENT  PRINTING  OFFICE 

WASHINGTON  :  1931 


HPHE  Catalogue  of  Copyright  Entries  is  published  in  four  parts.  Part  1, 
A  Group  3,  issued  monthly,  contains  titles  of  Dramatic  compositions  and 
Motion  pictures. 

Group  3  contains,  in  two  separate  alphabets,  the  titles  of  the  entries  made  in 
Class  "  D,"  Dramatic  compositions  and  Dramatico-musical  compositions,  arranged 
alphabetically  by  title;  Class  "L,"  Motion-picture  photoplays;  and  Class  "  M," 
Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays,  arranged  alphabetically  by  title. 

Under  the  act  of  March  4,  1909,  in  effect  from  July  1,  1909,  the  preliminary 
entry  of  titles  has  been  abrogated  and  registration  follows  deposit  of  copies 
with  an  application  for  entry  in  the  Copyright  Office. 

To  save  space  in  the  Catalogue,  the  copyright  notice  after  each  title  is  abbre- 
viated. The  abbreviations  used  in  this  part  are  as  follows:  "  D,"  Class  D, 
Dramatic  compositions;  "  L,"  Class  L,  Motion-picture  photoplays;  and  "M," 
Class  M,  Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays.  "  <c) "  implies  copyright  regis- 
tration of  a  published  work  followed  by  date  of  publication;  "  ©  1  c."  stands 
for  copyright  of  an  unpublished  work,  followed  by  date  of  receipt  in  the  Copy- 
right Office  of  the  printed  or  manuscript  copy;  and  "  2  c."  for  two  copies, 
followed  by  date  of  their  receipt. 

A  list  of  dramatic  compositions  of  which  the  subsisting  copyright  has  been 
renewed  under  section  24  of  the  act  of  March  4,  1909,  will  be  found  in  this  issue 
immediately  following  the  drama  list. 

Imprints. — When  the  publishers  of  dramatic  compositions  are  also  the  claim- 
ants of  copyright,  their  names  are  omitted  from  the  imprint. 

The  annual  index  contains  the  names  of  all  copyright  proprietors,  the  names  of 
authors  and  titles  of  dramatic  compositions,  and  the  titles  of  all  motion  pictures. 
The  annual  subscription  price  for  the  Catalogue  of  Copyright  Entries  (received 
only  for  the  calendar  year)  for  Part  1,  Group  3,  is  $2.00  for  1931,  payable  in 
advance  to  the  Superintendent  of  Documents,  Washington,  D.  C,  by  postal  money 
order,  express  order,  or  New  York  draft. 

The  act  of  March  4,  1909,  provides  that  the  Catalogue  of  Copyright  Entries 
"  shall  be  admitted  in  any  court  as  prima  facie  evidence  of  the  facts  stated 
therein  as  regards  any  copyright  registration." 

Under  the  provisions  of  the  act  of  Congress,  approved  May  23,  1928,  the  prices 
of  the  various  parts  of  the  Catalogue  are  now  as  follows: 

Part  1,  Group  1,  Books  proper $3.00 

Part  1,   Group  2,  Pamphlets,  Contributions  to  Newspapers  or  Periodicals, 

Lectures,  and  Maps 3.00 

Part  1,  Group  3,  Dramatic  Compositions  and  Motion  Pictures 2.00 

Part  2,  Periodicals 2.00 

Part  3,  Musical  Compositions 3.00 

Part  4,  Works  of  Art,  Photographs,  Prints,  and  Pictorial  Illustrations 2.  00 

Single  numbers  (except  Book  leaflets) .50 

Annual  indexes,  each,  for  complete  calendar  year 2.  00 

All  parts  for  complete  calendar  year 10.  00 


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ings, or  photographs.  Manuscripts  or  typewritten  dramas  and 
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CLASS  D 
DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 


A  la  recherche  des  coeurs ;  piece  en  4 
actes  de  J.  J.  Bernard.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
23,  1931;  D  unpub.  9021;  Jean- 
Jacques  Bernard,  22,  Rue  EugSne- 
Flachat,  Paris.  1 

Abandoned ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  G. 
Fass  and  Sam  Baron.  ©  1  c.  Act.  1, 
Dec.  2.  1930;  Act.  2,  Dec.  6;  Act.  3, 
Dec.  11;  D  unpub.  8588;  George 
Fass,  105  Payson  Ave.,  and  Samuel 
Baron.  751  Walton  Ave.,  Bronx,  New 
York.  2 

Abiturientenpriifung  ;  dramati  s  c  h  e  r 
vorgang  in  5  scenen,  von  Max  Drey- 
er.  Berlin.  1930.  3  p.  1.,  3-89  p. 
8vo.  Als  unverkaufliches  manuskript 
vervielfaltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8951 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des 
Verbandes  deutscher  biihnensehrift- 
steller  und  buhnenkomponisten,  g. 
m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  3 

Abschied  von  der  liebe ;  eine  komodie 
in  3  akten.  von  Hans  Kyser.  Berlin, 
1930.  3  p.  1.,  [3]-69  p.  12mo.  Als 
unverkaufliches  manuskript  verviel- 
faltigt. ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 8948 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Ver- 
bandes deutscher  biihnenschriftstel- 
ler  und  buhnenkomponisten,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  4 

Ach.  du  liebe  Ernestine !  an  operetta  in 
2  acts,  by  H.  B.  Ehrmann,  based  on 
the  tale  by  Hans  Christian  Ander- 
sen. Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8735 ;  Herbert  B.  Ehrmann, 
14  Irving  St.,  Brookline,  Mass.  5 

Adam  and  Eva  Meerman  ;  Episode  1,  a 
radio  sketch  by  C.  P.  Bennett.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  31.  1931;  D  unpub.  9067; 
Columbus  P.  Bennett,  88  S.  Front 
St.,  Memphis,  Tenn.  6 

Adriana ;  ovvero,  II  burattinaro  di 
Venezia,  opera  comica  in  3  atti, 
parole  di  G.  P.  e  A.  Zanardini, 
musica  di  V.  H.  e  Ladislao  Zazertal. 
Griante  [Italy]  1930.  2  p.  1.,  221  p. 
f ol.  ©  Aug.  20,  1930 ;  1  c.  Sept.  20 ; 
D  pub.  27910;  Ladislao  Zavertal, 
Griante,  Cadenabbia,  Lake  of  Como, 
Italy.  7 


Adventures  (The)  of  Fred,  the  fur 
buyer;  Episodes  no.  1-8,  a  series  of 
radio  sketches  by  H.  Horton.  © 
1  c.  each  Jan.  26,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9062;  Harold  Horton,  951  O'Farrell 
St.,  San  Francisco.  8 

Adventures  (The)  of  Tom  Thumb.  See 
Maltine  (The)  story  hour. 

After  the  rain ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  C.  Kennedy.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8878;  Alfred  C.  Kennedy, 
53  W.  52d  St.,  New  York.  9 

Aint  love  grand?  a  playlet  for  screen 
or  stage,  by  J.  Rose.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31, 
1930 ;  D  unpub.  8592  ;  Joe  Rose,  1868 
E.  3d  St.,  Brooklyn.  10 

Airdale  (The)  ;  a  humorous  continuity 
of  dialogue  in  3  episodes,  by  W.  M. 
Lee.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8886 ;  Warren  M.  Lee,  110  N.  Dodge 
St.,  Iowa  City,  la.  11 

Airplane  (An)  race  against  time.  See 
Dixies  circus. 

Aladdin  and  his  lamp.  See  Maltine 
story  hour. 

Ali  Baba  and  the  forty  thieves.  See 
Maltine  (The)  story  hour. 

Alice  in  Wonderland ;  a  radio  sketch 
by  W.  F.  Manley.  (American  school 
of  the  air,  Jan.  28,  1931)  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9000;  Wil- 
liam Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls, 
Norwalk,  Conn.  12 

All  in  one  basket.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Amant  (L')  ;  komodie  in  3  akten  von 
Jean  de  Letraz.  Deutsch  von  Berth 
Ebelsbacher.  Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1., 
[3]-85  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  21,  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub.  8923; 
Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag  a.  g., 
Berlin.  13 

Amedee  et  les  Messieurs  en  rang.  See 
Pieces  en  un  acte. 

American  history  in  masque  and  wig; 
for  classroom  use,  by  Olive  M.  Price, 
preface  by  Keppel  Thomas.  Boston 
[1931]     287  p.    8vo.    Contents:  The 


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pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


American  history  in  masque  and  wig — 
Continued. 

Mayflower  compact. — Three  witches 
of  Salem. — Towne  Hall. — Cavalier. — 
The  spy. — Spring  to  the  meadow. — 
The  rose  of  Anne  Rutledge. — Pirate 
gold. — The  war  mother. — A  matter 
of  diplomacy. — The  God  of  the 
mountains. — The  flight.  ©  Jan.  16, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff.  Jan.  20;  A  33266; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.        13* 

Ami  (Un)  d Argentine ;  piece  en  4 
acte's,  de  T.  Bernard  et  M.  Maurey. 
©lc.  Dec.  31,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8802 ; 
Tristan  Bernard,  8  Ave.  Hoche, 
Paris,  and  Max  Maurey,  41  R.  Du- 
lucl,  Neuilly  (S.)  France.  14 

Amor  und  Psyche.  See  Jahrhundert 
(Bin)  alt-Wiener  parodie. 

And  so  to  bed;  Episode  1.  Pepys 
throws  a  party  in  a  garret,  a  radio 
dramatization  of  Samuel  Pepys' 
diary,  in  3  scenes,  by  Y.  B.  Watkins. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9043 ; 
Yvonne  Bayard  Watkins,  124  W.  73d 
St.,  New  York.  15 

Anne  Boleyn ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
L.  E.  F.  Prince.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8975;  Leslie  E.  F. 
Prince,  29  Kalorama  Circle,  N.  W., 
Washington,  D.  C.  16 

Antoinette  ou  le  retour  du  marquis. 
See  Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Apple  blossoms;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  B.  Pinchera.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8708;  George  Ben- 
hart  Pinchera,  1114  Prospect  Ave., 
Shreveport,  La.  17 

Around  New  York ;  a  new  scenario,  by 
A.  Metzger,  adapted  from  the  novel 
Parlor,  bedlam  &  bath,  by  S.  J. 
Perelman  &  Q.  J.  Reynolds.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  17.  1931;  D  unpub.  8812;  Ar- 
thur Metzger,  1224  Gates  Ave., 
Brooklyn.  18 

As  God  wills.     See  God  wills  it. 

As  it  probably  was.  Lady  Godiva — 
after  the  ride ;  a  sketch,  by  M.  Mof- 
fet.  ©lc.  Jan.  19.  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8849 :  Marjorie  Moffet,  1347  Augusta 
Ave.,  St.  Louis.  19 

Assistant  (The)  bridegroom;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  by  V.  Victor,  suggested  by 
Alexandre  Dumas's  famous  romance 
Marguerite  de  Valois.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8711 ;  Victor  Vic- 
tor. 610  W.  113th  St.,  New  York.     20 

At  the  bottom :  by  Maxim  Gorki 
[pseud,     of     Aleksiei     Maksimovich 


Pieshkov]  A  new  translation  from 
the  Russian  by  William  L.  Laurence. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French ;  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  1930.  5  p.  1.,  8-133,  [1]  p. 
plates,  music.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  26, 
1930 ;  2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  466 ; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  21 

At  the  Sign  of  the  Boar's  Head.  See 
George  Washington  plays. 

Auf  wiedersehen ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  Frey,  adapted  from  the  play  The 
new  dominion  by  Clay  Clement,  sr. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 :  D  unpub.  8690 ; 
Mary  Frey,  101  W.  55th  St.,  New 
York.  22 

Auf  ruhr  der  maschinen ;  schauspiel 
einer  nahen  zukunft  [in  3  akten] 
von  Wolfgang  Hartmann.  Berlin, 
1930.  3  p.  1.,  [3]-94  p.  12mo.  Als 
unverkaufliches  manuskript  verviel- 
faltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8945;  Vertriebsstelle  des 
Verbandes  deutscher  biihnenschrift 
steller  und  buhnenkomponisten, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  23 

Aventures  (Les)  du  Roi  Pausole  ;  oper- 
ette  en  3  actes  de  Albert  Willemetz, 
d'apr£s  le  roman  de  Pierre  Louys, 
musique  de  Arthur  Honegger.  Paris, 
1930.  1  p.  1.,  9-161  p.  fol.  ©  Dec. 
26.  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
27934 ;  Francis  Salabert,  Paris.       24 

Aviator  (The)  :  a  light  comedy,  by 
A.  L.  Williams.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26, 
1931:  D  unpub.  8968:  George  Fred- 
erick Ormsbee,  100  Thayer  St., 
Jamestown,  N.  Y.  25 

Bacchis  et  Bacchis  ;  comedie  en  3  actes, 
d'apr§s  Les  Bacchis  de  Piaute,  par. 
M.  C.  Weyer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8773 ;  Maurice  Constantin 
Weyer,  9  Place  d'Armes,  Poitiers, 
France.  26 

Bechelor  girls ;  a  sketch,  by  V.  Corbin, 
O.  Martinez,  and  Emma-Jeanne  G. 
Martinez.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  8,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8688:  Vivian  Corbin.  Olivetta 
Martinez.  Emma-Jeanne  Gazzo  Mar- 
tinez. 1010  Octavia  St..  New  Orleans. 

27 

Back  of  the  mike ;  Episode  1.  Once  an 
actor,  a  radio  sketch,  by  J.  T.  W. 
Martin.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8963  :  J.  T.  W.  Martin.  221  E. 
35th  St.,  New  York.  28 

Badger  (The)  ;  a  police  melodrama  in 
3  nets,  by  Fulton  Oursler  and  L. 
Brentano.  Act  1,  scene  1,  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  9,  1931 ;  Act  1,  scene  2.  Acts  2, 


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no.  1, 1931 


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3,  ©  1  c.  Dec.  26,  1930;  D  unpub. 
8756;  Charles  Fulton  Oursler,  217 
W.  70th  St..  Lowell  Brentano,  33  5th 
Ave.,  New  York.  29 

Bargain  day :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  B.  F. 
Corday.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8576 :  Ben  F.  Corday.  3209 
Meadowbrook  Blvd.,  Cleveland 
Heights.  O.  30 

Barretts  (The)  of  Wimpole  Street;  a 
comedy  in  5  acts  [by]  Rudolf  Besier. 
London,  Victor  Gollancz,  ltd.,  1930. 
128  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  30,  1930; 
1  c.  Oct.  27;  D  pub.  8714;  Rudolf 
Besier,  Plumpton,   Sussex,  England. 

31 

Bathwater  (The)  murder  mystery;  a 
farce  in  1  act,  by  L.  Jansen.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13.  1931:  D  unpub.  8709;  Lau- 
rence Jansen,  1936  Orchid  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  32 

Beautiful  summertime;  a  children's 
day  pageant-service  for  the  church 
school,  [by  C.  L.  Dorris]  music  by 
Nevin,  Thomas.  Beazley,  Nolte  and 
Rosche.  Chicago,  111.  [1931]  [15]  p. 
8vo.  ©  Jan.  15.  1931 :  2  c.  Jan.  19 ; 
D  pub.  27923;  Geo.  F.  Rosche,  Chi- 
cago. 33 

Beaux  (Les)  sentiments  humains ;  une 
comedie  inedite  de  T.  Bernard.  (In 
Les  Nouvelles  Litteraires)  ©  Dec. 
6,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931;  D  pub. 
9025;  Tristan  Bernard,  Paris.        34 

Before  Fort  Duquesne.  See  George 
Washington  plays. 

Behold,  He  liveth ;  an  Easter  cantata- 
pageant  for  choir  and  Sunday-school, 
text,  by  Herman  von  Berge,  music 
by  E.  S.  Lorenz.  New  York,  Dayton. 
O.,  1931.  31  p.  4to.  ©  Jan.  15, 
1931;  2  c.  Jan.  23:  D  pub.  27932; 
Lorenz  pub.  co.,  Dayton,  O.  35 

Better  than  gold;  [a  play  in  3  acts] 
by  Mrs.  Mamie  Harris  Mobley.  Co- 
lumbus, Ga..  The  Mobley  producing 
company  [1931]  79  p.  12mo.  © 
Jan.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  31 ;  D  pub 
488;  Mamie  Harris  Mobley,  Colum- 
bus, Ga.  36 

Beyond  woman ;  a  comedy  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  L.  K.  Burton.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  8942:  Lillian 
Krieger  Burton,  595  West  End  Ave., 
New  York.  37 

Big  Lord  Fontleroy;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Henry  Tudor.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9009;  Sallie  L.  P. 
Tudor,  1008  North  &  South  Rd.. 
Webster  Groves,  Mo.  38 


Big  (The)  shot;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
L.  White  and  E.  M.  Schoenberg.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  8884; 
Lyman  White,  31  S.  2d.  Ave.,  Mt. 
Vernon,  N.  Y„  &  Edgar  M.  Schoen- 
berg, 23  W.  73d  St.,  New  York.    39 

Blind  mouths ;  a  satire,  in  3  acts,  with 
prologue  and  epilogue.  ©  1  c  Jan. 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  8917;  Doris 
Frankel,  20  W.  86th  St.,  New  York. 

40 

Blut  f  arwandshaf  t ;  drama  in  3  acts, 
with  a  prologue,  by  R.   Shoenfeld. 

]is  ,toDN%sn:>onaD  toiba  i^To^n  ^b 

©  1  c.  Jan.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  8624; 
Rose  Shoenfeld,  159  2d  Ave.,  New 
York.  41 

Bobby,  Betty  and  the  rainbow ;  a  play 
in  8  scenes,  by  I.  L.  Gates.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8716 ;  Isabel 
Likens  Gates,  2735  Ontario  Rd., 
Washington.  42 

Boccaccio ;  an  opera  in  3  acts,  German 
text  by  F.  Zell  and  Richard  Genee, 
music  by  Franz  von  Suppe,  new 
musical  version  by  Artur  Bodanzky. 
English  translation  by  Kathleen  De 
Jaffa.  New  York,  1931.  63  p.  4to. 
©  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  5 ;  D  pub. 
467 ;  Fred  Rullman,  inc.,  New  York. 

43 

Bohmische  musikanten ;  singspiel  in 
3  akten,  von  Julius  Wilhelm  und 
Peter  Herz,  musik  von  Bernard 
Griin.  Soufflier-u.  regiebuch.  Leip- 
zig, Berlin  [etc.]  1930.  70  p.  diagrs. 
4to.  Manuskript.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  8797;  Josef 
Weinberger,  Leipzig.  44 

Borrowed  finery ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program,  Jan.  27,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9006 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y., 
&  William  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  45 

Bottomley  (The)  murder;  a  mystery 
melodrama  in  3  acts,  by  A.  H.  West. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8814 ; 
Albert  Henry  West,  72  Prescott  St., 
East  Boston.  46 

Boy  (The)  hero  of  Haarlem.  See 
Maltine  story  hour. 

Brandywine.  See  George  Washington 
plays. 


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Brest-Litowsk ;  das  drama  des  euro- 
paischen  friedens,  in  4  akten,  von 
Hans    J.    Rehfisch.      Berlin,     1930. 

2  1.,  88  p.  12mo.  Unverkaufliches 
manuscript.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31,  1930; 
D  unpub.  8928;  Oesterheld  &  co., 
Berlin.  47 

Britannicus.  See  Racine's  Andro- 
mache. 

Broadway  personalities;  pt.  1,  2,  by 
H.  Richman  and  E.  Preble.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8632 ;  Harry 
Richman,  Whitestone  Landing,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  and  Edward 
Preble,  236  W.  44th  St.,  New  York, 
%  Sydney  Milton  Kaye.  48 

Broken  harness ;  a  comedy  drama  in 

3  acts,  by  B.  Cook.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9072;  Bradford 
Cook,  160  Prospect  Ave.,  Long  Beach, 
Calif.  49 

Brotherhood  (The)  of  man;  or,  King 
Johnny,  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  L.  Appleton.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  26, 
1930 ;  D  unpub.  8646 ;  Charles  Leon- 
ard Appleton,  1735  Van  Ness  Ave., 
San  Francisco.  50 

Brothers  in  arms;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Merrill  Denison.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French  [1930] 
2  p.  1.,  27  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  31,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Dec.  19;  D  pub.  481;  Merrill 
Denison,  Toronto,  Ont.,  Canada.    51 

Brouille  (La)  ;  comedie  en  3  actes  [de] 
C.  Vildrac.  Paris,  Editions  Einile- 
Paul  frdres,  1931.  8  p  1.,  [ll]-206  p. 
12mo.  ©  Dec.  5,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  16, 
1931 ;  D  pub.  9011 ;  Charles  Vildrac, 
Paris.  52 

Bruder  Gerhardus  (Fra  Gherardo)  ; 
drama  in  3  akten,  Ildebrando  Piz- 
zetti,  deutsch  von  Alfred  Briigge- 
mann.  Leipzig  [1930]  80  p.  12mo. 
©  Dec.  31,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931; 
D  pub.  8767 ;  G.  Ricordi  &  co.,  Milan. 

53 

Buddha;  vigjatek,  3  felvonasban  tiz 
szinen,  irta :  Stephen  Major.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8729 ;  Irene 
Lany,  Jackson  Heights  33-42  89th 
St.,  New  York.  54 

Bull  market;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
Bernhard.  Rev.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8858 ;  Arnold  Bern- 
hard,  Peldean  Court,  Pelham,  N.  Y. 

55 

Burattinaro  (II)  di  Venezia.  See 
Adriana. 


Business ;  piece  en  un  prologue  et  8 
tableaux,  de  Pierre  Sabatier.  (In 
Les  Oeuvres  libres,  no.  110)     ©  Aug. 

1,  1930 ;  1  c.  Dec.  19 ;  D  pub.  8453 ; 
Pierre    Sabatier   d'Espeyran,    Paris. 

56 

Business  Betty  wins ;  a  dramatic  com- 
position in  2  acts,  by  H.  D.  Howell. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8600 ; 
Harry  D.  Howell,  7529  Franklin 
Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  57 

Busy  (A)  morning;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  H.  A.  Marshall.  London,  H.  F. 
W.  Deane  &  sons  The  Year  book 
press  ltd.  [1930]  16  p.  12mo.  (The 
Year  book  press  series  of  plays)  © 
Dec.  20,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931; 
D  pub.  8614;  Hazel  A.  Marshall, 
London.  58 

By  special  appointment;  a  1-act  com- 
edy, by  R.  Willis.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  17, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8810  ;  Richard  Willis, 
1009  8th  Ave.,  Arcadia,  Calif.       59 

Cantegril ;  paroles  de  Raymond  Escho- 
lier,     musique     de     Roger-Ducasse. 
Partition    piano    et    chant.      Paris1 
1930.    452  p.    4to.    ©  Dec.  20,  1930 
1   c.  Jan.   13,   1931;   D  pub.  27915 
Editions  Maurice  Senart,  Paris.     60 

Capitole;  piece  en  3  actes,  de  E. 
Schneider.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8805;  Edouard  Schneider,  60 
Rue  Vaneau,  Paris.  61 

Captain  Hoffman ;  a  drama  in  4  acts, 
by  A.  E.  Wolfson-Wolf.    ©  1  c.  Jan. 

2.  1931;  D  unpub.  8582;  Arthur  E. 
Wolfson-Wolf,  3722  Gidding  St., 
Chicago.  62 

Captain  Washington.  See  George 
Washington  plays. 

Capture  (The)  of  Aguinaldo ;  a  radio 
sketch  by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (American 
school  of  the  air,  Mar.  23,  1931)  © 
1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9008; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 

63 

Car  show ;  a  4-act  melo-drama,  by  R. 
Imhof.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8778;  Roger  Imhof,  4707 
West  End  Ave.,  Chicago.  64 

Cat's  (The)  away;  a  sketch,  by  E.  H. 
Sobol.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8993 ;  Edward  H.  Sobol,  1560 
Broadway,  New  York.  65 

Cavalier.  See  American  history  in 
masque  and  wig. 

Cecil  goes  to  work.  See  Crime  bust- 
ers. 


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84 


Cecile ;    schauspiel  *in    4    akten,    von 
Emil  Ludwis.    Berlin,  1930.    2  p.  1 
[3] -66  p.     8vo.     ©  July  15,  1930 
1    c.    Jan.    13.    1931;    D   pub.    8822 
Gustav     Kiepenheuer     verlag     a-g., 
Berlin.  66 

Celestial  (The)  house;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  Seiler.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8887 ;  Conrad  Seiler, 
2522  Glen  Green,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

67 

Charles  Charlazo ;  by  C.  Leont.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  7.  1931;  D  unpub.  8761; 
Charles  Leont,  Morgan  Hotel,  629 
W.  8th  St.,  Los  Angeles.  68 

Cherokee  (The)  :  a  radio  sketch  by  J. 
DeL.  Sullivan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8940;  J.  DeLeon 
Sullivan,  153-02  90th  Ave.,  Jamaica, 
L.  L,  N.  Y.  69 

Chicken  a  la  king ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Eames  Eliot  [pseud,  of  M. 
J.  Rowe]  ©  1  c.  Dec.  15,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8938  ;  Margaret  Jaques  Rowe, 
6  Cotman  Close,  London.  70 

Chilly  days  ahead  for  the  Dixies  cir- 
cus troupe.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Chloe ;  a  drama  of  the  rice  plantations 
in  1  act,  by  J.  B.  Martin.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  8622;  Jose- 
phine Bacon  Martin,  420  E.  Wald- 
burg,  Savannah.  71 

Choice  (The)  See  George  Washing- 
ton plays. 

Christmas  (The)  box.    See  Real  folks. 

Christmas  (The)  play.  See  Real 
folks. 

Christmas  spirits  1930;  Crime  and 
punishment,  an  alleged  comedy  in  1 
act,  with  quasi-music,  by  John  R. 
Heath.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  22,  1930 ; 
D  unpub.  8865;  Chicago  bar  assn., 
160  N.  LaSalle  St.,  Chicago.  72 

Circus  (The)  moves  South.  See  Dixies 
circus. 

City  called  heaven ;  a  fabulous  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  R.  Rohman.  Act  2,  3. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931;  D  unpub. 
8653 ;  Richard  Rohman,  Hotel  Mont- 
clair,  Lexington  Ave.  &  49th  St., 
New  York.  73 

City  lights;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  S. 
Chaplin.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8681 ;  Charles  Spencer  Chap- 
lin, 1416  N.  La  Brea  Ave.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  74 


Civilized  people;  a  play  in  a  prologue 
and  2  acts,  by  David  Dargin  [pseud, 
of  D.  Darginsky]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9059;  David  Dar- 
ginsky, 226  E.  67th  St.,  New  York. 

75 

Clara  Barton ;  a  radio  sketch  by  H.  F. 
Carlton.  (American  school  of  the 
air,  Mar.  2,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9007;  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  76 

Cle  (La)  des  champs;  comedie  en  3 
actes,  de  J.  Natanson.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
9,  1931;  D  unpub.  8770;  Jacques 
Natanson,  Abondant,  (E.  &  L.) 
France.  77 

Clean  dirt ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
Menchen,  adapted  from  Genevieve 
Chilver's  story,  Clean  dirt.  Pro- 
logue. ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8871 ;  Joseph  Menchen,  1714  N.  Ivar 
Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  78 

Clemenceau,  le  pere  la  victoire ;  piece 
en  5  actes  et  13  tableaux,  de  P. 
Veber,  A  Heuze,  Maurice  et  Etienne 
Arnaud.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  12,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8906;  Pierre  Veber,  Andre" 
Heuze,  Maurice  Arnaud,  Etienne 
Arnaud,  Paris.  79 

Cleopatra,  serpent  of  the  Nile;  a  play 
in  5  acts,  by  C.  D.  Nagle.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9070 ;  Clar- 
ence D.  Nagle,  33  W.  Preston  St., 
Baltimore,  Md.  80 

Clever  girl ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by  Pietro 
Satyro  [pseud,  of  H.  J.  King]  © 
1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  8970; 
Harold  James  King,  40  Friary  Rd., 
Handsworth,  Birmingham,  England. 

81 

Clique;  a  satire  in  3  acts,  by  Jane 
Hinton.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8851 ;  Jane  Hinton  Gates, 
2204  DeLancey  Place,  Philadelphia. 

82 

Cocktail ;  lustspiel  in  4  bildern  von  Karl 
Vollmoller,  musikalische  bearbei- 
tung,  gesangstexte  und  musik  von 
Ralph  Benatzky.  Textbuch  der 
gesange.  Berlin,  [1930]  30  p. 
16mo.  Text.  ©  Dec.  29,  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  24,  1931;  D  pub.  9012;  Drei 
masken  verlag,  a.  g.,  Berlin.  83 

Cog  (A)  slips;  a  melodrama  in  4  acts, 
by  C.  A.  Leidy.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8847;  Channing  A. 
Leidy,  3402  153d  St.,  Flushing,  N.  Y. 

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College  (The)  flapper;  [a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  W.  T.  Stewart  and  R.  R. 
Stewart]  Fairfield,  la.,  1930.  25 
numb.  1.  nar.  fol.  ©  Dec.  19,  1930; 
2:  c.  Jan.  17,  1931;  D  pub.  483; 
Universal  producing  company,  Fair- 
field, la.  85 

Colonial  beaconlights ;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  McCann,  Erickson,  inc.  Dec.  29, 
1930  continuity.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2, 1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8594 ;  Colonial  beacon  oil 
co.,  inc.,  Boston.  86 

Jan.   5,   1931  continuity.     © 


1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931;  D  unpub.  8754; 
Colonial  beacon  oil  company,  inc., 
Boston.  87 

Jan.  12,  1931  continuity.     © 


1  c.  Jan.  30,  1930;  D  unpub.  9044; 
Colonial  beacon  oil  co.,  inc.,  Statler 
Bldg.,  Boston.  88 

Jan.  19,  1931  continuity.     © 


1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9045; 
Colonial  beacon  oil  co.,  inc.,  Statler 
Bldg.,  Boston.  89 

Jan.  26,  1931  continuity.     © 

1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9046; 
Colonial  beacon  oil  co.,  inc.,  Statler 
Bldg.,  Boston.  90 

Colorful  days ;  or,  Modern  effects,  a 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  A.  J.  Fales.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  8764; 
Annie  James  Fales,  24  Charles  St., 
New  York.  91 

Como  Murphy;  a  tragedy  in  5  scenes, 
by  F.  Schlick.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8665;  Frederick  Schlick, 
1347  E.  29th  St.,  Portland,  Or.        92 

Competitive  musical  recital.  See  Real 
folks. 

Constant  (The)  echo;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  S.  F.  Davie.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9076; 
Stanley  F.  Davie,  329  Lester  Ave., 
Oakland,  Calif.  93 

Conte  (Le)  de  trois  jeunes  filles  a 
marier;  comedie  en  3  actes,  par 
Henri  Gheon.  [pseud.]  (In  Les 
GEuvres  libres,  no.  109)  ©  July  1, 
1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub. 
8732;  Henri  Vangeon,  Paris.  94 

Coon  (The)  hunt.     See  Real  folks. 

Crime  and  punishment.  See  Christ- 
mas spirits  1930. 

Crime  busters;  Episode  1.  Cecil  goes 
to  work,  a  radio  sketch,  by  J.  T.  W. 
Martin.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8998;  J.  T.  W.  Martin,  211 
E.  35th  St.,  New  York.  95 


Cucko  (The)  ;  a  tragedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Odin  Gregory,  ©lc.  Jan.  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9038 ;  Colony  press,  inc., 
P.  O.  Box  771  City  Hall  Station, 
New  York.  96 

Culture  cure ;  a  radio  play  by  F.  Ceis. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  30,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8863 ; 
Floyd  Ceis,  3621  46th  Ave.,  S.  W., 
Seattle,  Wash.  97 

Cupboard  love ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Bernard  Duffy.  Dublin,  James 
Duffy  &  co.,  ltd..  1930.  4  p.  1.,  5-87 
p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  30,  1930;  1  c. 
Dec.  4;  D  pub.  8852;  Bernard  Jo- 
seph Duffy,  Carrickmacross,  Irish 
Free  State.  98 

Cupidigia ;  melodrama  in  1  atto,  parole 
e  musica  di  C.  Bonsignore.  ©  lc. 
Jan.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  27928; 
Camillo  Bonsignore,  235  E.  115th 
St.,  New  York.  99 

Curse  (The)     See  First  (The)  nighter. 

Cutting  in;  by  J.  Realdine.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8937;  John 
Realdine,  630  S.  4th  St.,  Camden, 
N.  J.  100 

Dar  tazi ;  a  play  in  a  prologue  and  3 
acts,  by  John  Harris  and  R.  Drach- 
mae ©  1  c.  Dec.  8,  1930 ;  D  unpub. 
8691;  John  Radell  Harris,  835  N. 
Stone  Ave.,  Tucson,  Ariz.,  and  Rose- 
mary Drachman,  67  W.  52d  St.,  New 
York.  101 

Darick  Clausen ;  [a  play  in  3  acts] 
by  Thomas  P.  Robinson,  with  a 
preface  by  Harold  A.  Ehrensperger. 
New  York,  1931.  vii,  117  p.  12mo. 
©  Jan.  14,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  24;  D 
pub.  491 ;  Longmans,  Green  and  co.. 
New  York.  102 

Dark  days.     See  First   (The)  nighter. 

Dark  marriage ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  Rosenberg.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8612 ;  Harold  Rosenberg, 
1319   St.  John's  PI.,  Brooklyn.     103 

Dead  (The)  insist  on  living;  a  play 
in  7  scenes,  by  S.  Waldman.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8671 ;  Sey- 
mour Waldman,  290  Riverside  Drive, 
New  York.  104 

Death  Valley  days;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  McCann,  Erickson,  inc.  Dec.  30, 
1930  continuity.  Tiger  Lil  of  Rhyo- 
lite.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8589;  Pacific  coast  borax  company. 
New  York.  105 

Jan.  6,  1931  continuity,  The 

sky  pilot.     ©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931;  D 


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unpub.  871 7  :  Pacific  coast  borax  co., 
51  Madison  Ave.,  New  York.         106 

Jan.     20,     1931     continuity. 


Jimmy  Dayton's  courtship.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  30.  1931;  D  unpub.  9047;  Pa- 
cific coast  borax  co.,  51  Madison 
Ave..  New  York.  107 

Jan.     27,     1931     continuity. 


Jimniv  Dayton's  last  adventure.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9029; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co..  51  Madison 
Ave.  New  York.  108 

Dejeuner  (Le)  marocain.  See  Pieces 
en  un  acte. 

Delinquent  (The)  madonna;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  Sherman.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  27.  1931 :  D  unpub.  8978  ;  Hiram 
Sherman.  72  Barrow  St.,  New  York. 

109 

Delivrance :  comedie  en  1  acte,  de  A. 
Birabeau.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9022 ;  Andre  Birabeau,  78, 
Blvd.  des  Batignolles,  Paris.         110 

Demetrios.     See  Pieces  en  un  acte. 

Destino  (II)  in  tasca ;  commedia  in  3 
atti.  di  A.  Colantuoni.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
7.  1931:  D  unpub.  8799;  Alberto 
Colantuoni,  Via  Gesu  62,  Rome.    Ill 

Devil's  (The)  drum;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  Roberts.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  27, 
1931:  D  unpub.  8974;  Ralph  Rob- 
erts.   163    W.    76th    St.,    New   York. 

112 

Dickens  (The)  of  Grays  Inn:  a  com- 
edy in  1  act,  by  H.  F.  Rubinstein. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  31.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9069 ; 
Harold  F.  Rubinstein,  5  &  6  Ray- 
mond Bldgs,  Grays  Inn,  London, 
W.  C,  England.  113 

Different  (A)  brand  of  justice.  See 
Scotland  yard.     no.  13. 

Dixies  circus :  a  series  of  radio 
sketches,  by  Individual  drinking  cup 
co..  inc.  Apr.  19,  26,  May  3,  1930. 
©  1  c.  each  Jan.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8742-8744 ;  Individual  drinking  cup 
co..  inc.,  Easton,  Pa.  114-116 

Oct.  11.  25,  Nov.  1,  Nov.  15, 


Nov.  22.  Nov.  29.  Dec.  6,  Dec.  13, 
Dec.  20,  1930.  Oct.  11,  Chilly  days 
ahead  for  the  Dixies  circus  troupe. — 
Oct.  25.  An  airplane  race  against 
time. — Nov.  1,  The  Dixies  circus 
strikes  a  snag. — Nov.  15,  Misfortune 
lurks  on  the  circus  lot. — Nov.  22,  A 
gloomy  Thanksgiving  for  the  circus 
folks.— Nov.  29.  What  to  do !  What 
to  do ' — Dec.  6,  All  in  one  basket. — 


Dec.  13,  The  circus  moves  South. — 
Dec.  20,  The  society  circus.  ©  1  c. 
each  Jan.  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  8745- 
8753 ;  Individual  drinking  cup  co., 
inc.,  Easton,  Pa.  117-125 

Dixies  (The)  circus  strikes  a  snag. 
See  Dixies  circus. 

Dr.  Dolittle  und  seine  tiere.  See  Dr. 
Dolittles  abenteuer. 

Dr.  Dolittles  abenteuer;  em  kinder- 
stuck  in  6  bildern,  von  Hermann 
Kasack  und  E.  L.  Schiffer  [pseud.] 
Nach  H.  Loftings  Dr.  Dolittle  und 
seine  tiere.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1., 
[5]-89  p.  8vo.  Manuskript.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  8953; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a-g.,  Berlin.     126 

Dompteur  (Le)  See  Fuite  (La)  en 
avant. 

Dot   and   dash.     See   Excavators. 

Downtown ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Ed- 
ward Costello.  Minneapolis,  Minn., 
1930.  14  numb.  1.  incl.  diagr.  4to. 
©  Nov  29,  1930  ;  2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  469:  F.  D.  Singler  play  co., 
Minneapolis.  127 

Dragonaden  (Die)  ;  ein  Hugenotten- 
schauspiel  in  5  aufziigen,  von  Henri 
und  Anni  Bouche.  Berlin,  Verlag 
des  Evangelischen  bundes,  1930. 
76  p.  Contains  music.  ©  Oct.  28, 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub.  8926; 
Evangelischer  bund,  Berlin.  128 

Drama  (A)  recommended  as  the  in- 
itiatory service  of  the  White  shrine 
of  Jerusalem;  by  W.  D.  Anderson. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931;  D  unpub. 
S967;  William  D.  Anderson,  205  St. 
Joseph  St.,   Elkhart,  Incl.  129 

Dramaturge  (Un)  en  plein  labeur. 
See  Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Dreamer  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  P.  P.  O'Brien.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12, 
1931:  D  unpub.  8936;  Peter  Paul 
O'Brien,  652  N.  37th  St.,  Philadel- 
phia. 130 

Drifting  snow;  a  burlesque  of  college 
playwriting,  by  K.  E.  McClure.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8696; 
Kathryn  Ernestine  McClure,  Route 
1,   Box  625,  Modesto,   Calif.         131 

Drums  o'  fate ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  Lauder,  2d.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9063  :  Harry  Lauder, 
2d.  5043  May  wood  Ave.,  Los  An- 
geles. 132 


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Duke  (The)  of  Maglue ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  K.  E.  McClure.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8693; 
Katbryn  Ernestine  McClure,  Route 
1,  Box  625,  Modesto,  Calif.  133 

Easy  money ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Ross  Callaway  [i.  e.  H.  R.  Calla- 
way] ©  1  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8618;  H.  Ross  Callaway,  471  Park 
Ave.,  New  York.  134 

Ecole    (L')    du   piston.      See   Theatre 
sans  directeur. 

Ecu  (L')  de  ma  tante.  See  Ma  tante 
la  moukere. 

Edna  Trask ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
M.  Bush.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8877;  A.  M.  Bush,  2095, 
Union    St.,    Brooklyn.  135 

Einbruch  ausgeschlossen,  g.  m.  b.  h. ; 
kriminalgroteske  in  7  bildern  von 
Otto  Gloesa.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1., 
[5]-88  p.  12mo.  Als  unverkauf- 
liches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8950 ; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes  deut- 
scher  btihnenschriftsteller  und  buh- 
nenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

136 

Einer  sagt  die  wahrheit ;  komodie  in 
3  akten,  von  Hermann  Kesten.  Ber- 
lin, 1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-92  p.  8vo. 
©  Nov.  24,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  8820;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer 
verlag,  a-g.,  Berlin.  137 

Einmal  so  wie  der  und  die ;  komodie 
in  einem  vorspiel  und  3  akten.  von 
Erwin  Stranik.  Berlin,  1930.  3 
p.  1.,  [3]-73  p.  12mo.  Als  unver- 
kaufliches  manuskript  vervielfal- 
tigt. ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8838;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  btihnenschriftsteller  und 
biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 138 

Electra  (The)  of  Euripides;  tr.  by 
Sir  Gilbert  Murray,  music  by  Hor- 
ace Middleton.  op.  32.  New  York 
[1930]  74  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  20,  1930  ; 
2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D  pub.  27909; 
Edwin  F.  Kalmus,  New  York.        139 

Elva ;  a  dramatization  in  3  acts,  by 
D.  Grinstead  and  L.  Buswell  of  the 
novel  Elva  by  D.  Grinstead.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  8633;  Dur- 
ward  Grinstead,  Fort  House,  Man- 
chester, Mass.,  and  Leslie  Buswell, 
Stillington  Hall,  Gloucester,  Mass. 

140 

Enfants  (Les)  terribles.  See  Gesch- 
wister. 


Erdachte  gespriiche ;  von  Paul  Ernst. 
Miinchen,  1931.  429,  [3]  p.  8vo. 
©  Jan.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Nov.  17,  1930; 
D  pub.  8587;  Georg  Miiller  verlag, 
a-g.,  Munich.  141 

Es  geht  schon  besser ;  Saltenburg- 
revue  1926-27,  von  Rudolph  Schan- 
zer  und  Ernst  Welisch,  musik  von 
Rudolph  Nelson.  Textbuch  der  ges- 
iinge.  Berlin  [1926]  15,  [1]  p. 
16mo.  ©  Sept.  11,  1926;  1  c.  May 
29,  1930 ;  D  pub.  8648 ;  Rondo-verlag, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  142 

Essence  of  delicatessens;  a  comedy 
sketch  by  Mary  Love  Greene  [pseud, 
of  M.  G.  O'Donnell]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9041;  Mary  Greene 
O'Donnell,  42-15  Layton  St.,  Jack- 
son Heights,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  143 

Eternal  (The)  wall;  a  play  in  2  acts 
by   H.  Kalmanowitz. 

©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
8981;  Harry  Kalmanowitz,  1575  E. 
3d  St.,  Brooklyn.  144 

Etrangleuse  (L')  See  Theatre  sans 
directeur. 

Euthanasie ;  piece  inedite  en  3  actes, 
par  Pierre  Delbet.  (In  Les  CEuvres 
libres.   no.   Ill)      ©    Sept.   1,    1930; 

1  c.  Dec.  19;  D  pub.  8452;  Pierre 
Delbet,   Paris.  145 

Evakethel  und  Schnudi.  See  Jahr- 
hundert    (Em)    alt-Wiener   parodie. 

Everybody  does  it;  a  play  in  3  acts 
by  L.  A.  Westman.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8596;  Lolita  Ann 
Westman,  4312%  Willowbrook  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  146 

Everybody  push !  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  Ware.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8728;  Darrell  Ware,  121 
N.  Mayflower,  Monrovia,  Calif.      147 

Excavators ;  or,  Dot  and  Dash,  a  se- 
ries of  radio  sketches,  by  G.  Durno. 
Episodes  1.  2.  ©  1  c.  each  Jan.  23, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8941 ;  Bettyva  Mous- 
ley,  Rose  Clinton,  2700  Connecticut 
Ave.,  &  George  Durno,  4124  5th  St., 
N.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C.  148 

Exhibit  A;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Homer  B.  Hulbert.  Minneapolis. 
1931.    96  p.     12mo.     ©  Jan.  2,  1931 ; 

2  c.  Jan.  5 ;  D  pub.  487 ;  Northwest- 
ern press,  Minneapolis.  149 

Experiences  of  an  old  fisherman's 
battle  with  a  moray  eel ;  a  play  in  1 


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act,  by  R.  R.  Arhar.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
23,  1931;  D  unpub.  8908;  Richard 
Rudolph  Arhar,  P.  O.  Box  no.  434, 
Beaverdale,  Pa.  150 

Falsche  verbindung;  lustspiel  in  3  ak- 
ten,  von  Rudolf  Brook.    Berlin,  1930. 

2  p.  1.,  2-89  p.  8vo.  ©  Oct.  25, 
1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub. 
8825;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag 
a-g.,  Berlin.  151 

Family  (The)  skeleton.  See  Hell  on 
earth. 

Fantasia ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
E.  Fillmore.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  20,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8857;  John  Eldon  Fill- 
more, 4545  46th  St.,  Woodside,  L.  I.. 
N.  Y.  152 

Fast  life ;  a  musical  comedy  in  2  acts, 
by  J.  Stor.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  24,  1930; 
D  unpub.  27927 ;  Jean  Stor,  Box  357, 
Brunswick,  Ga.  153 

Feme  ;  ein  schauspiel  in  10  bildern,  von 
Sigmund  Graff.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p. 
1„  133  p.  1  1.  12mo.  Als  unver- 
kaufliches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8837 ; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes  deut- 
scher  biihnenschriftsteller  und  blih- 
nenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

154 

Femme  (La)  d'amour  ;  comedie  inedite 
en  3  actes,  par  Albert  Du  Bois  {In 
Les  CEuvres  libres,  no.  113)  ©  Nov. 
1,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub. 
8731 ;  Albert  Du  Bois,  Paris.  155 

Figurant  (Le)  de  la  gaite.  See  Fuite 
(La)  en  avant. 

Figures  do  count ;  a  musical  farce  in 

3  acts,  book,  lyrics  and  music,  by 
H.  K.  Marr.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  27929;  Hannah  Kingston 
Meagher,  5042  17th  Ave.,  N.  E.. 
Seattle.  156 

Finders  and  keepers;  a  play  in  4 
scenes,  by  K.  Webb.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  17, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8816  ;  Kenneth  Webb, 
130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  157 

Fire  (The)  from  Heaven;  a  play  in  1 
act,  by  Benjamin  Sledd.  Wake  For- 
est, N.  C,  Reprinted  from  The  Wake 
Forest  college  quarterly  [1930]  16 
p.  8vo.  ©  Dec.  20,  1930 ;  2  c.  Dec. 
30;  D  pub.  484.  Benjamin  Sledd, 
Wake  Forest,  N.  C.  158 

First  (The)  nighter ;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Catherine  Abels  and  Chas.  P. 
Hughes.  The  curse.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8705;  Radio  show- 
men, inc.,  Chicago.  159 


Dark  days.     ©  1  c.  Jan.  7, 

1931;   D  unpub.  8627;  Radio  show- 
men, inc.,  Chicago.  160 

Languorous  justice.     ©  1  c. 


Dec.  29,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8873 ;  Radio 
showmen,  inc.,  535  Cornelia  St.,  Chi- 
cago. 161 

Flesh  and  blood;  a  drama,  by  L. 
Strauss.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8660;  Leona  Strauss,  R.  I., 
Liberty,  N.  Y.  162 

Fliers  lost ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Ted 
Copp  [i.  e.  T.  B.  F.  Copp]  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8578;  Theo- 
dore B.  F.  Copp,  277  Lexington  Ave., 
New  York.  163 

Flight  (The)  See  American  history 
in  masque  and  wig. 

Flower  (The)  girl;  by  E.  E.  Stubben- 
dorf  and  Ellen  Hudson.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
3,  1931;  D  unpub.  8935;  Elizabeth 
Ellen  Stubbendorf,  275  Estudillo 
Ave.,  San  Leandro,  Calif.  164 

Fool  (A)  and  his  money;  a  drama  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  Powers.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
15,  1931;  D  unpub.  8739;  Emmett 
Powers,  417  Riverside  Drive,  New 
York.  165 

Fool's  paradise;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  Longstreth.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8610 ;  Edward  Long- 
streth, 65  E.  96th  St.,  New  York. 

166 

Football.     See  Game  (The) 

Fountain  (The)  boy;  a  play  for  child- 
ren in  3  acts,  by  M.  M.  Morgan.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  8598; 
Mary  Marshall  Morgan,  1128  Belle- 
more  Rd.,  Roland  Park,  Baltimore. 

167 

Fourth  (The)  Mr.  Weeps;  a  farce  in 
3  acts,  by  R.  L.  Friedman.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8844 ;  Rose 
Lovenhart  Friedman,  4504  Lake 
Park  Ave.,  Chicago.  168 

Fra  Gherardo.    See  Bruder  Gerhardus. 

Frau  Emma  kampf t  im  Hinterland ; 
chronik  in  3  aktens,  von  Use  Lang- 
ner.  Berlin,  1930.  Various  pagings. 
8vo.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8902;  S.  Fischer 
verlag,  a-g.,  Berlin.  169 

Free  as  air  and  twice  as  dusty;  a 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  S.  Engel.  A 
revision  of  Freedom's  child,  ©le. 
Jan.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  8629;  Sadie 
Engel,  no.  1   Bank   St.,  New  York. 

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Freedom's  child.  See  Free  as  air  and 
twice  as  dusty. 

Freiheit.    See  Gallierin. 

Fresh  from  California ;  a  breezy- 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  George  Savage 
and  Edouard  Peltret.  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif..  1931.  1  p.  1..  3-72  p. 
12mo.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Jan. 
12 ;  D  pub.  479  ;  Banner  play  bureau, 
inc.,  San  Francisco.  171 

Friend  (A)  in  need;  a  comedy  play- 
let, by  H.  E.  Rogers.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
9.  1931;  D  unpub.  8638;  Howard 
Bmmett  Rogers,  130  W.  44th  St., 
New  York.  172 

Fritz  Fingerhut  der  Sonntagsjunge ; 
marchenspiel  in  5  akten,  von  Hans 
Schneider.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1., 
[5]-71  p.  12mo.  Als  unverkau- 
fliches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  8949; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  buhnenschriftsteller  und 
buhnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 173 

Frog-pond  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Flora  and  Julia  Haney.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  16,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8573 ;  Flora 
E.  Haney  and  Julia  G.  Haney,  6419 
Woodbine  Ave.,  Philadelphia.       174 

From  this  dark  soil ;  a  play  in  7 
scenes,  by  J.  Daly.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8597;  James  Daly, 
927  Clinton  St.,  Philadelphia.       175 

From  whence  we  came ;  a  play,  by  B. 
Franklin.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8707;  Bertha  Franklin, 
%  F.  M.  Sturgis,  1012  Broadway, 
Arcade  Bldg.,  Los  Angeles,  176 

Fudge    (The)    party.     See  Real  folks. 

Fiinfundzwanzigste  (Die)  f rau ;  kom- 
odie  [in  6  szenen]  von  Josef  Sell. 
Berlin,  1930.  2  p,  1.,  [3]-88  p. 
12mo.  ©  July  30,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
13,  1931;  D  pub.  8830;  Gustav 
Kiepenheuer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin. 
17  177 

Fuite  (La)  en  avant ;  trois  comedies 
d'avant-garde  [par]  Alfred  Savoir. 
Paris,  [1930]  5  p.  1.,  [131-268  p., 
2  1.  12mo.  Contents :  Le  figurant 
de  la  gaite. — Le  dompteur. — Lui.  © 
Oct.  10,  1930;  1  c.  Dec.  19;  A— 
Foreign  9968 ;  Librairie  Gallimard, 
Paris.  177* 

Furchtbare  familientragodie  vor  den 
mauern  Berlins ;  Oder,  Die  liebe  ist 
eine  himmelsmacht  ein  hor spiel,  by 


Heinz  Ludwigg.  musik :  Bruno 
Wolfsohn.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1., 
5-79  p.  12mo.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  9,  1930;  D  unpub.  8793;  S. 
Fischer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.         17S 

Further  (The)  adventures  of  the  ama- 
teur cracksman.  See  Ghost  (The) 
of  Raffles  speaks. 

Gallierin  (Freiheit;  oder  Vallada)  ; 
geschichtliches  trauerspiel  in  5 
akten,  von  Hans  Bleyer-Hartl 
[pesud.  of  H.  Bleyer]  Wien,  1928. 
3  p.  1.,  93  numb.  1.  fol.  Manuskript. 
©  1  c.  July  23,  1929 ;  D  unpub.  8792 ; 
Hans  Bleyer,  Vienna.  179 

Game  (The)  ;  a  dramatico-musical 
composition,  text  by  R.  Pauley, 
music  by  Robert  Van  Sickle.  Revi- 
sion of  Football.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  15, 
1930;  D  unpub.  27907;  Roy  Pauley, 
102  Jay  St.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y.    180 

Game  of  hate  and  love;  a  play  in  1 
act  and  9  sketches,  by  F.  d'Arancha. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  19,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8757 ; 
Francois  d'Arancha,  Faculty  Club, 
Columbia   University,  New  York. 

181 

Garcon  (Un)  de  dix-huit  ans.  See 
Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Garden  (The)  of  Death.  See  Scot- 
land Yard.     no.  10. 

Garden  (The)  of  happiness;  a  dra- 
matic composition,  by  B.  Hettleman. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8845 ; 
Bertha  Hettleman,  363  W.  34th  St., 
New  York.  182 

Garden  (A)  settlement;  a  play  of  the 
comic-drama  type,  in  3  acts,  by  G.  B. 
Foster.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8885;  Geraldine  B.  Foster, 
3555  78th  St.,  Jackson  Heights,  L.  I., 
N.  Y.  183 

Gas,  air  and  oil;  an  original  sketch 
[in  1  scene]  by  Hazel  Lotze  Whit- 
taker.  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  1930. 
10  numb.  1.  incl.  diagr.  ©  Nov. 
29,  1930 ;  2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
474;  F.  D.  Singler  play  co.,  New 
York.  184 

Gaunerkomodie ;  ein  zeitstuck  in  3 
akten,  von  Peter  Martin  Lampel. 
Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-112  p. 
12mo.  ©  Sept.  16,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
13,  1931;  D  pub.  8924;  Gustav 
Kiepenheuer    verlag    a.    g.,    Berlin. 

185 

Gefangene  (Der)  ;  drama  in  5  akten, 
von  Alexander  Moissi.  Berlin,  1930. 
2  p.  1.,  [3]-188  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov. 
1,  1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub.  8925; 
Arcadia-verlag   g.    m.   b.    h.,   Berlin. 

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General  George  Washington.  See 
George  Washington  plays. 

General  (The)  goes  home.    See  George 

Washington  plays. 
George     Washington.        See      George 

Washington  plays. 

George  Washington,  midshipman.  See 
George  Washington  plays. 

George  Washington  plays;  selected  by 
A.  P.  Sanford.  New  York;  Dodd, 
Mead  and  company,  1931.  vi,  280 
p.  diagrs.  12mo.  Contests:  Young 
Washington  at  Mount  Vernon,  by 
Percy  Mackaye. — Before  Fort  Du- 
quesne,  by  Anna  Jane  Harnwell. — 
She  who  will  not  when  she  may,  by 
Anna  Jane  Harnwell. — The  proph- 
ecy, by  Margaret  Getchell  Parsons. — 
Little  George  Washington's  valen- 
tine, by  Patten  Beard. — The  choice, 
by  Jerry  Emerson. — Brandywine,  by 
Marion  Holbrook. — Mount  Vernon, 
by  Marion  Holbrook. — The  General 
goes  home,  by  Lucy  Barton. — 
George  Washington,  midshipman,  by 
Alta  E.  Thompson. — At  the  Sign  of 
the  Boar's  Head,  by  Vida  E.  Sut- 
ton.— Captain  Washington,  by  Olive 
White  Garvey. — Nathan  Hale.  Act 
3,  by  Clyde  Fitch. — General  George 
Washington,  by  Perry  Boyer  Cor- 
neau. — The  seven  ages  of  Washing- 
ton, by  Maude  Stewart  Beagle. — 
George  Washington  (The  spirit  of 
Americanization),  by  Phyllis  Mar- 
shall. ©  Jan.  23,  1931;  2  c.  Jan. 
28;  aff.  Jan.  30:  A  33421;  Anne  P. 
Sanford,  New  York.  186* 

Geschichte  (Die)  vom  General  Johann 
August  Suter;  stuck  in  2  teilen,  von 
Casar  von  Arx.  Miinchen,  1929.  96 
p.,  1  1.  8vo.  ©  Nov.  30,  1929 ;  1  c. 
Dec.  31,  1930;  D  pub.  8927;  Georg 
Miiller  verlag  a.  g.,  Munich.         187 

Geschwister;  [in]  4  akte  von  Klaus 
Mann,  nach  motiven  aus  dem  roman 
Les  enfants  terribles,  von  Jean  Coc- 
teau.  Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-57  p. 
8vo.  ©  Aug.  23,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931;  D  pub.  8824;  Gustav  Kiepen- 
heuer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.  188 

Gespenst  (Das)  auf  der  bastei.  See 
Jahrhundert  (Ein)  alt-Wiener 
parodie. 

Ghost  (The)  of  Raffles  speaks;  a  mys- 
tery play  in  6  acts,  by  J.  Menchen, 
adapted  from  the  Raffles  stories,  by 
Ernest  William  Hornung  and  the 
playlet  by  Eugene  Wiley  Presbrey 
entitled  The  further  adventures  of 


the  amateur  cracksman.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  22,  1930;  D  unpub.  8991;  Jo- 
seph Menchen,  1714  N.  Ivar  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  189 

Gift  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts  and  finale, 
by  C.  Wilens.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8604;  Cecil  Wilens,  257 
Boulevard,  Passiac,  N  .J.  190 

Gilbert  and  Sullivan  opera  in  Thomp- 
kins  Corners.    See  Real  folks. 

Girl  ( The )  of  girls  ;  a  musical  novelty, 
by  G.  F.  Ormsbee.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  8969; 
George  Frederick  Ormsbee,  100 
Thayer  St.,  Jamestown,  N.  Y.       191 

Girl  (The)  of  the  good  will;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  by  S.  Fogel.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9036;  Samuel 
Fogel,  2164  Grand  Ave.,  Bronx,  New 
York.  192 

Girl  (The)  who  didn't  know;  a  4-act 
drama,  by  R.  Angell.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8965 ;  Rae  Angell, 
1811  N.  Orchid  Ave.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  193 

Giuditta;  tragedia  biblica  in  4  atti  et 
epilogo,  di  Francesco  Barberi  [pseud, 
of  F.  A.  Barbera]  parole  di  Paolo 
Giacometti.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  13,  1930; 
D  unpub.  27937;  Francis  Augustine 
Barbera,  523  51st  St.,  Brooklyn. 

194 

Gloomy  (A)  Thanksgiving  for  the  cir- 
cus folks.    See  Dixies  circus. 

Gloria ;  dramma  lirico  in  3  atti  di  Ar- 
turo  Colautti,  nella  revisione  di  Et- 
tore  Moschino,  musica  di  Francesco 
Cilea.  Milano  [1930]  51  p.  12mo. 
Libretto.  ©  Nov.  18,  1930 ;  1  c.  Dec. 
4 ;  D  pub.  8733 ;  Casa  musicale 
Sonzogno,  s.  a.,  Milan.  195 

Goal  (The)  ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Rob- 
ert Hamilton  [pseud,  of  F.  D.  Gould] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8962 ; 
Forest  D.  Gould.  1317  Sherman  St., 
Grand  Rapids,  Mich.  196 

God  (The)  of  the  mountains.  See 
American  history  in  masque  and 
wig. 

God  wills  it ;  or,  As  God  wills,  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  M.  J.  Valency.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  8700;  Mau- 
rice Jacques  Valency,  42  Union 
Square,  New  York.  197 

Gods  (The)  take  a  hand ;  a  3  act  play, 
by  B.  G.  Greene.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8964 ;  Bessie  B. 
Greene,  Perkins,  Calif.  198 


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Golden  witch ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
L.  H.  Mullally.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8915;  Lois  Howell 
Mullally  and  Roy  Walling,  156  W. 
44th   St.,  New  York.  199 

Good  business ;  a  1-act  play,  by  Nancy 
Bradford  [pseud,  of  A.  B.  Hunt] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  unpub. 
8997 ;  Adelyn  Bushnell  Hunt,  Beech- 
wood  St.,  Thomaston,  Me.  200 

Good  fishing ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
Frank  Ferguson  (Adapted  from  a 
story  by  Dorothy  DeJagers.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc;  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
1930.  21,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
( [French's  international  ed.,  no. 
693])  ©  Dec.  23,  1930;  2  c.  Jan. 
2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  463 ;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  201 

Goof  us  (The)  man;  a  fantasy  for 
children  in  3  acts,  by  Peggy  Barwell 
and  Nigel  Morland.  London,  Eric 
Partridge,  limited  at  The  Scholartis 
press,  1930.  xi,  49  p.  front.,  plates. 
12mo.  ©  Oct.  16,  1930 ;  1  c.  Oct.  21 ; 
D  pub.  8715;  Peggy  Barwell,  The 
Red  Cottage,  Waltham  St.,  Law- 
rence, Berkshire,  England  and  Nigel 
Morland,  The  Green  Cottage,  Hen- 
ley, Oxon,  England.  202 

Gran  (El)  galeoto.     See  Idle  gossip. 

Grand  (Le)  portail  des  morts ;  [par] 
Serge  Barrault.  Paris,  1930.  212  p., 
2  1.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  20,  1930;  1  c. 
Dec.  31 ;  A— Foreign  10090 ;  Editions 
Spes,  Paris.  202* 

Great  (The)  bird,  fish  and  animal 
show.     See  Real  folks. 

Great  (The)  radium  mine  swindle. 
See  Real  folks. 

Great  (The)  role;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
Runar  Schildt,  tr.  and  adapted  from 
the  Swedish  original  by  E.  H.  Beh- 
mer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8956 ;  Ernst  H.  Behmer,  130  S.  Grove 
Ave.,  Oak  Park,  111.  203 

Greater  America ;  a  patriotic  pageant- 
play  in  1  scene  and  4  dramatic  sub- 
episodes,  by  A.  P.  Richards.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8939 ;  Allan 
P.  Richards,  91  Norfolk  St.,  Spring- 
field, Mass.  204 

Green  mansions ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program  no.  75,  Feb.  10, 
1931.)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9004;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton, 
Harmon,  N.  Y..  &  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  205 


Greeting  (The)  of  the  trees;  a  sketch 
by  R.  C.  Allenberg.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9055;  Rosalie  Caro- 
lyn Allenberg,  519  26th  Ave.,  San 
Francisco.  206 

Haifische ;  5  bilder  von  der  Westkiist, 
mit  einem  vorspiel  und  einem  nach- 
spiel,  von  Theodor  Plivier.  Berlin, 
1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3] -89  p.  12mo.  © 
Nov.  27,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931; 
D  pub.  8920;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer 
verlag  a.  g.,  Berlin.  207 

Hands  up;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  with 
lyrics,  by  K.  Roberts.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
8,  1931;  D  unpub.  8630;  Katherine 
Roberts,  Hotel  Wolcott,  4  W.  31st 
St.,  New  York.  208 

Hans  Frost ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Mary 
Kellogg  [i.  e.  M.  K.  Sherrill]  from 
the  novel  of  the  same  name  by  Hugh 
Walpole.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9048;  Mary  Kellogg  Sherrill, 
993  Memorial  Drive,  Cambridge, 
Mass.  209 

Happily  ever  after;  a  musical  comedy 
in  2  acts,  book  by  J.  Dyrenforth  and 
Edward  J.  Nugent,  lyrics  by  J. 
Dyrenforth,  music  by  Carroll  Gib- 
bons. ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
27911;  James  Dyrenforth,  106  W. 
56th  St.,  New  York.  210 

Happiness  in  a  hurry ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  Kraft.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8664  ;  William  Kraft, 
140  W.  69th  St.,  New  York.  211 

Harlem  (The)  Othello;  a  play  in  7 
scenes,  by  D.  Tearle.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
10,  1931;  D  unpub.  8656;  David 
Tearle,  124  W.  11th  St.,  New  York. 

212 

Hautot  pere  et  fils ;  comedie  en  1  acte, 
de  R.  Ferdinand,  d'apres  le  conte  de 
Guy  de  Maupassant.  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
31,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8806 ;  Roger  Fer- 
dinand, 4  Rue  Lakanal,  Paris.      213 

He  had  everything ;  a  travesty  in  1 
act,  by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  20, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8853;  Arthur  Den- 
vir, 51  W.  82d  St.,  New  York.      214 

He  went  straight  to  hell;  by  A.  J. 
Quenzer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8654;  Arthur  J.  Quenzer, 
3121  Academy  St.,  Astoria,  N.  Y. 

215 

Heavenly  hell ;  a  comedy  in  2  scenes, 
by  Nat  Dyches  [i.  e.  N.  S.  Dyches] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8807 : 
Nathan  Simon  Dyches,  1109  Court 
St.,  Los  Angeles.  216 


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Hell  (The)  of  it;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
L.  D.  Hollistef.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31, 
1931:  D  nnpub.  9074;  Len  D.  Hol- 
lister,  130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

217 

Hell  on  earth;  or,  The  family  skele- 
ton, a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  Frances 
Agnew  [pseud,  of  F.  Scheuing]  © 
1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8586: 
Frances  Scheuing,  Hotel  Manger, 
50th  St.  and  7th  Ave.,  New  York. 

218 

Hello  Bill !  a  flirtatious  incident,  by 
J.  T.  Edwards.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8995;  Jack  T.  Edwards, 
226  W.  50th  St.,  New  York.  219 

Her  secret;  a  drama  in  4  acts,  by  B. 
Gross.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8737:  Beatrice  Gross,  1650 
N.  Richmond  St.,  Chicago.  220 

Heritage:  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  C. 
Feld  and  Josephine  Anthony,  from 
the  novel  by  R.  C.  Feld.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
28.  1931:  D  unpub.  8996;  Rose  C. 
Feld,  57  W.  10th  St.,  New  York.    221 

Heroes  and  their  conquerors ;  a  com- 
edy of  the  smart  set,  by  K.  E.  Mc- 
Clure.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8692 ;  Kathryn  Ernestine  Mc- 
Clure,  Route  1,  Box  625,  Modesto, 
Calif.  222 

Herrchen  kommt ;  lustspiel  in  3  akten, 
neubearbeitet  von  Fritz  Friedmann- 
Frederich,  nach  Medor,  von  Henri 
Malin.  Berlin,  1930.  Various  pag- 
ings.  4to.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
31.  1930;  D  unpub.  8796;  Biihnen- 
verlag  Ahn  &  Simrock,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Berlin.  223 

Highway  (The)  of  life;  a  play  in  11 
episodes,  by  A.  R.  Dowd.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  16.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8776 ;  Agnes 
Reynolds  Dowd,  55  Chester  Ave., 
Brockton,  Mass.  224 

His  Royal  Highness ;  a  Viennese  op- 
eretta by  A.  Gloria  and  T.  G. 
Springer,  music  by  Joseph  Nuss- 
baum.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  22,  1930; 
D  unpub.  8640;  Albert  Gloria,  Bay- 
side,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  and  Thomas  Grant 
Springer,  Carnegie  Hall,  New  York. 

225 

His  secret ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  W. 
McGathen.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8959;  William  McGathen, 
1654  Austin  Ave.,  Lincoln  Park, 
Mich.  226 

Holle  (Die)  ;  das  drama  des  wieder- 
holten  lebens  in  3  akten.  von  Armin 
Peterson.      Berlin,     1930.      2     p.     1., 


[3]-92  p.  8vo.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  8903;  S. 
Fischer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.  227 

Hollische  (Die)  komodie ;  [in  9  bil- 
dern]  von  Walter  Mehring.  Berlin, 
1930.  3  p.  1..  [5]-103  p.  8vo. 
Manuskript.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8831;  S.  Fischer  verlag 
a-g.,  Berlin.  228 

Home  folks ;  a  pastoral  drama,  by  A. 
H.  Parker.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8673 ;  Abiah  Hayes  Parker, 
12040  Wiley  Ave.,  Blue  Island,   111. 

229 

Homicide  (LT)  ;  comedie  en  3  actes. 
de  L.  Ruth.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  8772 ;  Leon  Ruth,  32bis.  Rue 
d'Orsel,  Paris.  230 

Homme  (Un)  dans  la  maison.  See 
Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Homme   (L!)   d'un  soir.     See  Theatre. 

Honey  and  the  bee ;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  T.  Buchanan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8913;  Thompson 
Buchanan,  116  Washington  PI..  New 
York.  231 

Honey  finds  two  men  and  a  girl  still 
spells  trouble;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
T.  Buchanan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9039;  Thompson  Buchan- 
an, 116  Washington  PL,  New  York. 

232' 

Hcod  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  S.. 
J.  Bell.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8608;  Stanley  J.  Bell,  415 
Burk  St.,  Oakland,  Calif.  233 

Hot  news ;  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  by  E.  Longstreth.  Text.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931;  D  unpub.  8723; 
Edward  Longstreth,  65  E.  96th  St., 
New  York.  234 

Hotel  Alimony ;  a  farce  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Philipp  and  M.  Simon. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8809 ; 
Adolf  Philipp,  323  Brightwater 
Court,  Brighton  Beach,  N.  Y.  and 
Max  Simon,  1428  Broadway,  New 
York.  235 

How  Ronald  forgot ;  a  comedy  in  a 
acts,  by  E.  McKinley.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
23.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8910 ;  Edwin  Mc- 
Kinley, 438  W.  57th  St.,  New  York. 

23$ 

Howard's  play ;  a  play  in  9  scenes,  by 
E.  M.  Bogardus.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22. 
1931;  D  unpub.  8882:  E^tella  M. 
Bogardus.  25  E.  10th  £f..  New  t  rk. 


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I — John  Smith;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
L.  Eyre.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8666;  Laurence  Eyre,  399 
Park  Ave.,  New  York.  238 

I'm  married ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  A.  B. 
Peebles.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9987 ;  Annie  Bradbury  Peebles, 
2017  Eye  St.,  N.  W.,  Washington. 

239 

Ich  will  leben !  schauspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Friedrich  Lichtneker.  Berlin, 
1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-120  p.  8vo.  © 
Nov.  11,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931; 
D  pub.  8829;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer 
verlag  a-g\,  Berlin.  210 

Idle  gossip;  a  stage  adaptation  by  C. 
E.  Reynolds  from  the  Hannah  Lynch 
translation  of  El  gran  galeoto,  by 
Echegaray  [i.  e.  Jose  Echegaray  y 
Eizaguirre.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8859;  Cecil  Edward  Reyn- 
olds, 56  W.  87th  St.,  New  York.   241 

Illegitimate  (The)  stage;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  I.  Tomanovich.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  8663;  Milo 
I.  Tomanovich,  714  Powers  Bldg., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  242 

Image    (L')      See  Theatre. 

Impossibility  (The)  ;  a  comedy  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  Augusta  Victor  [pseud, 
of  M.  A.  Simon]  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31, 
1930 ;  D  unpub.  8662 ;  Mildred  Anna 
Simon,  501  W.  110th  St.,  New  York. 

243 

Improper  (The)  duchess;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  J.  B.  Pagan.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8855  ;  James  Ber- 
nard Fagan,  16  Cambridge  St.,  Lon- 
don. 244 

In  the  Near  East ;  all  quiet ;  a  comedy, 
by  Stephen  Major  [pseud,  of  Mau- 
rice Lany]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9956;  Nicholas  R.  Lany, 
33-42  89th  St.,  Jackson  Heighths, 
New  York.  245 

mdra ;  a  dance  poem,  in  4  scenes,  by 
Lily  Green.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9060 ;  Alexander  E.  Green, 
Big  Pool,  Md.  246 

Inquest ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  Bar- 
ringer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 8615 ;  Michael  Bar  ringer,  5. 
Somerset  Gardens,  Bognor  Regis., 
Sussex,  England.  247 

Isador  Knob;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Frances  D.  Singler,  Minneapolis, 
Minn.,  1930.  3  p.  1.,  16  numb.  1. 
diagr.  4to.  ©  Nov.  29,  1930;  2  c. 
Jan.  7,  1931;  D  pub.  468;  F.  D. 
Singler  play  co.,  Minneapolis.        248 


It's  a  girl!  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  L. 
Hochman.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9051 ;  Joseph  L.  Hochman, 
36  W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  249 

It's  never  too  late ;  a  farce  in  3  acts, 
by  Bert  Skinner  [i.  e.  H.  W.  Skin- 
ner] ©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8916;  Herbert  Wilhelm  Skinner,  73 
Washington  St.,  Springfield,  Mass. 

250 

Ivanhoe ;  adapted  for  the  radio,  by  W. 
F.  Manley.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8999;  Willard  Ford  Man- 
ley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  251 

Jack  and  the  beanstalk;  by  John  Er- 
skine  and  Louis  Gruenberg.  Act.  2. 
Piano-vocal  score.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  27926;  Juilliard 
musical  foundation,  New  York.    252 

Jagt  ihn — ein  mensch !  schauspiel  in  5 
aufziigen  [von]  E.  G.  Kolbenheyer. 
Munchen,  1931.  97,  [1]  p.,  1  1. 
16mo.  ©  Jan.  1,  1931 ;  1  c.  Nov.  17, 
1930;  D  pub.  8766;  Georg  Miiller 
verlag,  aktiengesellschaft,  Munich. 

253 

Jahrhundert  (Ein)  alt-Wiener  paro- 
die ;  herausgegeben  von  Dr.  Otto 
Rommel.  Wien  und  Leipzig  [1930] 
285  p.,  1  1.  12mo.  Dramatic  con- 
tents: Evakethel  und  Schnudi,  by 
Philipp  Hafner. — Othello  der  Mohr 
in  Wien,  by  Ferdinand  Kring- 
steiner. — Roderich  und  Kunigunde, 
by  Ignaz  Franz  Castelli. — Amor  unci 
Psyche  [and]  Das  gespenst  auf  der 
bastei,  by  Karl  Meisl. — Robert  der 
Teuxel  [and]  Judith  und  Holof ernes, 
by  Johann  Nestroy.  ©  Nov.  10. 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub.  8919; 
Osterreichischer  bundesverlag  f.  un- 
terricht,  wissenschaft  und  kunst, 
Vienna.  254 

Jake  among  the  Indians;  by  Powell 
W.  Gibson.  Winchester,  Va.,  1931. 
3  p.  1.,  5-16  p.  16mo.  ©  Jan.  14, 
1931;  2  c.  Jan.  26;  D  pub.  485; 
Powell  Willard  Gibson,  Winchester. 
Va.  255 

Jim  and  Ned,  the  lovable  liars ;  a 
sketch,  by  N.  Nester  and  J.  Sars- 
field.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8603 ;  Ned  Nestor  and  James  Sars- 
field,  615  North  Market  Ave.,  Can- 
ton, O.  256 

Jimmy  Dayton's  courtship.  See  Death 
Valley  days. 

Jimmy  Dayton's  last  adventure.  See 
Death  Valley  days. 


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275 


Jimmy's  millions ;  a  play  by  C.  L. 
Seale.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  85)14;  Charles  Lytton  Seale, 
180  Broadway.  New  York.  257 

Joseph  and  his  brethren.  See  Maltine 
(The)    story  hour. 

Jotta  and  Down  program  ;  no.  1,  2,  a 
radio  sketch,  by  G.  M.  E.  Cronkbite. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  19.  1931 :  D  unpub.  S846  ; 
Gladys  Meta  Evelyn  Cronkbite,  1185 
E.  Pine  St.,  Portland,  Or.  258 

Jud  Siiss ;  tragodie  in  3  akten  und 
einem  epilog,  von  Paul  Kornfeld. 
Berlin.  1930.  2  p.  1.,  101  p.  12mo. 
Fnveikaufliches  manuscript.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  31,  1930  ;  D  unpub.  8929 ;  Oester- 
held  &  co.,  Berlin.  259 

Judith  and  Holofernes.  See  Jahrhun- 
dert   (Em)  alt-Wiener  parodie. 

Junk;  a  3-act  comedy-drama  by  W.  J. 
Spillard  and  B.  D.  Mark.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  29,  1930;  D  unpub.  8661;  Wm. 
J.  Spillard.  9349  S.  Laflin  St..  and 
Bessie  D.  Mark.  3947  W.  Jackson 
Blvd.,  Chicago.  260 

Just  dumb  and  shot  with  luck;  a  play 
in  1  act,  by  T.  Buchanan.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  23,  1931:  D  unpub.  8912; 
Thompson  Buchanan.  116  Washing- 
ton PI..  New  York.  261 

Just  like  that ;  a  musical  play  in  3 
acts,  by  I.  Bruce.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8861 ;  Irina  Bruce, 
Hotel  Lutetia,  Paiis.  262 

Justice  is  a  blind  wench ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Justice  Stranger  [pseud,  of 
J.  B.  Shanahan]  and  M.  Connolly. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8672 ; 
John  B.  Shanahan,  1349  N.  Hobart 
Blvd.,  Los  Angeles,  and  Mathew  Con- 
nolly. %  Army  Bldg.,  Omaha,  Neb. 

263 

Kaleidoscope ;  a  drama  in  8  scenes,  by 
Y.  C.  O'Brien.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8669;  Vernon  C.  O'Brien, 
2387  Cieston  Ave.,  New  York.        264 

Kamehameha.  the  epic  of  Hawaii ;  a 
drama  in  5  acts,  by  M.  M.  Zogbaum. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8961 ; 
Margaret  M.  Zogbaum,  %  Capt.  Zog- 
baum, U.  S.  S.  Langley,  Balboa, 
Canal  Zone.  265 

Kavaliere ;  komodie  in  3  akten  [von] 
Alexander  Lernet-Holenia.  Berlin, 
1930.  70,  [2]  p.  8vo.  Manuskript. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8834 ; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a-g.,  Berlin.      266 

Keep  a-inchin'  along ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  C.  W.   Skinner.     ©  1  c.  Jan. 


29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9040;  John  Cox 
Wilder  Skinner,  17  E.  9th  St.,  New 
York.  207 

Keepsake ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts,  by 
Frank  Whitfield.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8911 ;  Frank  F. 
Whitfield,  266  Sylvan  St.,  Ruther- 
ford, N.  J.  268 

Kept  woman ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
Stokes.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8577 ;  Muriel  Stokes,  321 
E.  72d  St.,  New  York.  269 

King  (The)  is  dead;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  G.  Seaton-Stenius;  and'  R.  D. 
Wallace.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  17,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8689 ;  George  Seaton-Stenius 
and  R.  Dawson  Wallace,  66  W.  82d 
St.,  New  York.  270 

King  Johnny.  See  Brotherhood  (The) 
of  man. 

King  (The)  of  the  Kolden  River.  See 
Maltine   (The)   story  hour. 

King's  (The)  son;  a  theatrical  sym- 
phony, in  5  acts,  by  George  Assen 
Dzivgov,  translated  by  M.  Grigon. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8888 ; 
Maurice  Frigon,  112  W.  72d  St.,  New 
York.  271 

Kleona  the  daughter  of  Caiaphas  the 
High-priest  and  Saul  of  Tarsus 
(Paul  the  Apostle)  ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  H.  Speeman.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8682;  Wal- 
ter Henry  Speeman,  303  E.  Walnut 
St.,  Robinson,  111.  272 

Knorpernato ;  schauspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Stephan  Kamare.  Berlin,  1930. 
2  p.  1.,  [3]-139  p.  8vo.  Manuskript. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8832 ; 
S.  Fischer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.        273 

Kodak  memories  from  Uncle  Apple- 
bey's  album ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  J. 
L.  E.  Pell.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8637;  John  L.  E.  Pell, 
1691  Pomeroy  Ave.,  Pittsfield,  Mass. 

274 

Kuckucks ;  volksstiick  in  3  aufziigen, 
von1  Helmuth  Vischering.  Berlin, 
1930.  2  p.  1.,  [2]-96  p.  8vo.  ©  Oct. 
17,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
8821 ;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag 
a-g.,  Berlin.  275 

Kunsttempel  (Der)  ;  eine  komodie  der 
zeit  in  3  akten  and  einem  nachspiel, 
von  Walter  von  Molo.  Berlin.  1930. 
2  p.  1.,  [3]-100  p.  12mo.  Als  un- 
verkaufliches  manuskript  veriel- 
faltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.     8836;     Vertriebsstelle     des 


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Kunsttempel   ( Der )  — Continued. 
Verbandes  deutscher  buhnenschrift- 
steller    and    blihnenkomponisten,    g. 
in.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  276 

Ladies  (The)  minstrel  show.  See  Real 
folks. 

Lady  Godiva — after  the  ride.  See  As 
it  probably  was. 

Langrevin  pere  et  fils ;  comedie  en  5 
actes  [par]  Tristan  Bernard.  Paris, 
1930.  30,  [2]  p.  front.,  illus.  4to. 
(La  Petite  illustration,  no.  505)  © 
Nov.  29,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931; 
D  pub.  876S ;  Tristan  Bernard,  Paris. 

277 

Languorous  justice.  See  First  (The) 
nighter. 

Last  (The)  act;  a  comedy-drama  in 
1  act,  by  Baron  Brayne  [pseud,  of] 
V.  C.  O'Brien.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8668;  Vernon  C.  O'Brien, 
2387  Creston  Ave.,  New  York.        278 

Last  (The)  act;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  Wright.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9071 ;  Margaret  Wright, 
%  E.  A.  Wright,  Lochiel,  Buffalo 
Ave.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  279 

Laubheu  unci  keine  bleibe ;  schicksals- 
komodie  in  5  akten,  von  Arnold 
Zweig.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1.,  [5]-82 
p.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  20,  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub.  8921;  Gustav 
Kiepenheuer  verlag  a.  g.,  Berlin. 

280 

Laughing  (The)  Horror;  a  mystery 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  L.  L.  Mancusi. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  29,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8644 ; 
Leonard  L.  Mancusi,  664  E.  189th 
St.,  New  York.  281 

Leading  (The)  man;  a  3-act  play,  by 
W.  A.  Kimball.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8606 ;  William  Alden  Kim- 
ball, 521  Belmont  N.,  Seattle.      282 

Leave  it  to  Dad ;  a  comedy  with  music 
in  2  acts,  music  by  Ethel  Goree, 
libretto  by  N.  Rose.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Nov.  22,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8687 ;  Nonie 
Rose,  228  W.  11th  St.,  New  York. 

283 

Liebe  (Die)  ist  erne  himmelsmacht. 
Sec  Furchtbare  familientragodie  vor 
den  mauern  Berlins. 

Little  George  Washington's  valentine. 
See  George  Washington  plays. 

Looking  back  at  yesterday;  a  sketch, 
by  M.  Mondo.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8584;  Marie  Mondo.  263S 
W.  65th  Place.  Chicago,  284 


Lot  (A)  for  a  thousand;  a  radio 
sketch  by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F. 
Manley.  (Graybar  program  no.  74. 
Feb.  3,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9002;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton, 
Harmon,  N.  Y.,  &  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls.  Norwalk, 
Conn  2S5 

Loulli;  operette  en  3  actes  a  grand 
spectacle,  livret  cle  Andre  Hornez  et 
Pierre  Manaut.  musique  de  Georges 
Ghestem.  Partition  chant  et  piano. 
Paris,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  183  p.  fol.  © 
Dec.  15,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931; 
D  pub.  27916;  C.  Joubert  &  cie, 
Paris.  286 

Love  (The)  bug;  a  3-act  farce-comedy 
with  musical  numbers  arranged  from 
The  microbe  of  love  and  The  love 
cure,  by  Mollie  Moore  Godbold.  Dal- 
las, Tex.,  Press  of  Bradford  printing 
company  [1930]  90  p.  12mo.  © 
Dec.  24,  1930;  2  c.  Dec.  27;  D  pub. 
27908 ;  Mollie  Moore  Godbold,  Dal- 
las. 287 

Love  by  routine ;  a  play,  by  A.  C.  Har- 
per. ©  1  c.  Jan.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8817 ;  Angelo  C.  Harper,  851  Venable 
Place,  Takoma  Park,  D.  C.  288 

Love  (The)  cure.  See  Love  (The) 
bug. 

Love  2'ame  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  V. 
Rodda.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8611;  Violet  Rodda.  616  N. 
McCadden  PL,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

289 

Love  mocks  us  all :  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  Vaughey.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8763 ;  Joseph  Vaughey, 
1433  Olive  St.,  Denver.  290 

Love  (The)  of  Sanjogata ;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  Katherine  Ewing,  Helen 
Ewing.  Lois  Lassiter,  Verena  Mer- 
ritt,  with  the  collaboration  of  M.  C. 
Wentworth.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931: 
D  unpub.  8765  ;  Marion  Craig  Went- 
worth, 112  Chapala  St.,  Santa  Bar- 
bara, Calif.  291 

Love  (The)  prince;  an  operetta  in  3 
acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  N.  Shipman, 
music  and  orchestration  by  James 
Dietrich.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8875;  Nell  Shipman, 
2337  Echo  Park  Ave.,  Los  Angeles. 

292 

Love-a-la-carte ;  a  sketch,  by  H.  S. 
Miller  and  L.  C.  Lehr.  ©  1  c.  Sept. 
4,  1930;  D  unpub.  8760 ;  Harry  S. 
Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr,  3705  90th 
St.,  Jackson  Heights.  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

293 


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314 


Lover's  Lane  mystery:  a  melodrama 
in  4  acts,  by  D.  C.  Rosetahl.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931 :  D  unpub.  8706 ;  David 
Cecil  Rosetahl.  240  E.  175th  St.,  New 
York.  294 

Lucille:  a  musical  romance  in  3  acts, 
book,  lyrics,  and  music,  by  C.  R. 
Walsh.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19.  1931;  D 
unpub.  27922  ;  Charles  Robert  Walsh, 
649  88th  St.,  Brooklyn.  295 

Lui.     See  Fuite   (La)   en  avant. 

Lure  (The)  of  the  race  track;  Epi- 
sodes 1-26,  a  series  of  sketches  by 
S.  Van  Fossen.  ©  1  c.  each  Jan.  14, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9065;  Stella  Van 
Fossen,  2526  Faraon,  St.  Joseph,  Mo. 

296 

Ma  tante  la  moukere ;  ou,  L'ecu  de  ma 
tante,  folie-vaudeville  en  3  actes,  by 
A.  Heuze  et  E.  Arnaud.  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
31,  1930;  D  unpub.  8804;  Andre 
Heuze  et  Etienne  Arnaud,  81  Blvd. 
Magenta  &  35  Rue  Manin,  Paris. 

297 

Macro-kosmos !  a  satirical  tragedy  in  5 
acts,  8  episodes  with  a  prologue,  by 
H.  E.  Miller.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10.  1931; 
D  unpub.  8657 ;  Howard  Edward 
Miller,  367  Nostrand  Ave..  Brooklyn. 

298 

Madonna  unterm  Paraplii ;  komodie  in 
3  akten,  von  Karl  Miiller-Ruzika. 
Miinchen,  1927.  79,  [1]  p.  12mo. 
©  May  31,  1927 ;  1  c.  Dec.  13.  1929 ; 
D  pub.  8785 :  Rubinverlag,  Wilhelm 
Kohler,  Munich.  299 

Magic  (The)  swan;  a  play  in  2  acts, 
dramatized  by  J.  H.  Green,  from  the 
story  by  Herman  Kletke.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  13,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8686 ;  Janet 
Hall  Green.  304  Selwyn  Ave.,  Char- 
lotte, N.  C.  300 

Maison  (La)  Fabienne ;  comedie  en  3 
actes,  de  J.  Natanson.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
9.  1931;  D  unpub.  8771;  Jacques 
Natanson,  Abondant  (E.  &  L.) 
France.  301 

Makers  (The)  of  the  cross;  a  program 
of  song  and  story,  story  and  lyrics 
by  Mattie  B.  Shannon,  music  by 
Norman  Lighthill  [pseud,  of  Ira  B. 
Wilson]  New  York,  Dayton,  O. 
[1931]  20  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  15,  1931 ; 
2  c._  Jan.  23  ;  D  pub.  27931 ;  Lorenz 
publishing  company,  Dayton,  O.    302 

Maltine  ( The )  story  hour ;  Nov.  24, 
1930.  The  sleeping  beauty,  a  radio 
sketch  by  William  Bacher.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  5,  1931 :  D  unpub.  8869 ;  Maltine 
co.,  20  Vesey  St.,  New  York.  303 


Dec.    1,     1930.     Robin    Hood,     a 

radio  sketch  by  William  Bacher.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  8868; 
Maltine  co.,  20  Vesey  St.,  New  York. 

304 

Dec.    8.    1930.     The   king   of   the 

Golden  River,  a  radio  sketch  by  Al- 
bert E.  N.  Miller.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9030;  Maltine  co., 
20  Vesey  St.,  New  York.  305 

Maltine  story  hour ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
William  Bacher,  Dec.  15,  1930.  The 
boy  hero  of  Haarlem.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8870 ;  Maltine  co., 
20  Vesey  St.,  New  York.  306 


Dec.  29,  1930.     Aladdin  and 

his  lamp.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9031;  Maltine  co.,  20  Vesey 
St.,  New  York.  307 


Jan.  5,  1931.    Joseph  and  his 

brethren.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9032;  Maltine  co.,  20  Vesev 
St.,  New  York.  308 

Jan.    12,    1931.     Ali   Baba 

and  the  forty  thieves.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9033;  Maltine 
co.,  20  Vesey  St.,  New  York.        309 

Jan.  19,  1931.  The  adven- 
tures of  Tom  Thumb.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9034;  Maltine 
co.,  20  Vesey  St.,  New  York.         310 

Mamma's  arriving;  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  E.  Wolfson-Wolf. 

■pa  NEK-n  ;p$BiB  tfttip  r^ara  ri 
-V«ii  nttftix  lis  pinb'Q  4)  )vpx  3 

©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8580 ; 
Arthur  E.  Wolfson-Wolf,  3722  Gid- 
ding  St.,  Chicago.  311 

Man  (The)  from  Hollywood;  a  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  Leon  Waycoff  and 
B.  B.  Evans.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8808;  Bruce  Balfour 
Evans,  8276  Gould  Ave.,  Laurel  Can- 
yon, Los  Angeles.  312 

Man  (The)  who  didn't  care;  a  sketch, 
by  G.  A.  Purvis.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8782 ;  George  Albert 
Purvis,  711  Breedlove  St.,  Memphis, 
Tenn.  313 

Man  (The)  with  the  other  face;  a 
play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  F.  Abbott. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8985 ; 
Charles  Frankel  Abbott,  108  Green 
St.,  Reading,  Mass.  314 


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Mann  (Der)  in  der  ecke ;  ein  lustspiel 
von  gestern  unci  heute  in  3  akten, 
von  Fritz  Friedmann-Frederich. 
Berlin  [1930]  Various  pagings. 
4to.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  18, 
1930;  D  unpub.  8795;  Buhnenverlag 
Ann  &  Simrock,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

315 

Marc  Anthony  Ginsberg;  a  sketch,  by 
T.  J.  Lesser.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8591 ;  Theodore  J.  Lesser, 
1501  Broadway,  New  York.  316 

Mare's  (The)  nest;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  G.  Bishop  and  I.  Glackens. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
8976;  George  Hirtland  Bishop,  Po- 
land, O.,  &  Ira  Dimock  Glackens, 
10  W.  9th  St.,  New  York.  317 

Marguerite  de  Valois.  See  Assistant 
( The )    bridegroom. 

Marked  (The)  house;  a  play,  by  A. 
Crafton.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8727;  Allen  Crafton,  2202 
New  Hampshire,  Lawrence,  Kan. 

318 

Marriage  (The)  doctor;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  R.  Moore.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8697 ;  Rosamond 
Ritchie  Moore,  Main  St.  Hingham, 
Mass.  319 

Marty  res  (Les)  de  la  traite  des 
blanches,  piece  en  4  actes  &  5  tab- 
leaux, de  Geo.  Deligny  [pseud,  of  L. 
Anstet]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8954;  Louis  Anstet,  11  Rue 
de  Prague,  Paris.  320 

Matter  (A)  of  diplomacy.  See  Ameri- 
can history  in  masque  and  wig. 

Mauvais  (Les)  quarts  d'heure ;  spec- 
tacle en  3  parties,  de  S.  Montagne. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9017;  Suzanne  Montagne,  22  Ave. 
Gallieni,  Becon-les-Bruyeres,  (Seine) 
France.  321 

May  and  June;  skit  1,  2,  by  Eleanor 
Howard  [pseud,  of  E.  C.  Hammond] 
©  1  c.  each  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8619,  8620 ;  Emily  Cuyler  Hammond, 
140  W.   Lanvale  St.,   Baltimore. 

322, 323 

Mayflower  (The)  compact.  See  Amer- 
ican history  in  masque  and  wig. 

Mayor  Mudge ;  no.  1-24,  a  series  of 
radio  episodes,  by  S.  Phillips.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8571; 
Stanley  Phillips,  415  S.  Nevada  Ave., 
Colorado  Springs,  Col.  324 

Medor.     See  Herrchen   kommt. 


Meet  the  devil;  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  H.  Pascal.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8631;  Milton  H.  Pascal, 
1801  University  Ave.,  The  Bronx. 
New  York.  325 

Melo ;  piece  nouvelle  inedite  en  3  actes 
et  douze  tableaux,  de  Henry  Bern- 
stein. (In  Les  ceuvres  libres,  no. 
112)  ©  Oct.  1,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931 ;  D  pub.  8730 ;  Henry  Bernstein, 
Paris.  326 

Men  like  to  fight;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Lawrence.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8701;  Reginald 
Lawrence,  145  W.  10th  St.,  New 
York.  327 

Men's  supper  party.     See  Real  folks. 

Mendiante  (La)  ;  piece  en  3  actes  en 
vers,  par  M.  Rostand.     ©  1  c.  Jan. 

16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9023;  Maurice 
Rostand,  3  Rue  de  Tilsitt,  Paris. 

328 

Merely  a  point  of  view;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  H.  Huff.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8634;  Charles  H. 
Huff,  3  Tanglewylde  Ave.,  Bronx- 
ville,  N.  Y.  329 

Metropolitan  Hospital;  a  play  in  12 
scenes,  by  Theodore  Reeves.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8779 ;  Theo- 
dore Rosenfeld,  365  Westminster 
Rd.,  Cedarhurst,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

330 

Microbe  (The)  of  love.  See  Love 
(The)   bug. 

Minstrel  (The)  show;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  George  L.  Gruskin.    ©  1  c.  Dec. 

17,  1930;  D  unpub.  8759;  General 
program  service,  520  N.  Michigan 
Ave.,  Chicago.  331 

Miracle  (The)  boy ;  a  play  in  9  scenes, 
by  E.  Kalman.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  22, 
1930;  D  unpub.  8867;  Eugene  Kal- 
man, 1520  Ingraham  St.,  Los  An- 
geles. 332 

Miracle  (Le)  de  la  rose;  piece  en  5 
actes,  de  J.  Roullet.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9020 ;  Jacques  Roul- 
let, St.  Jean-aux-Bois,   (O.)   France. 

333 

Misfit  (The)  ;  a  tragedy  in  6  scenes, 
by  F.  I.  Berkeley-Boone.  ©.  1  c. 
Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9066;  For- 
rest Irvine  Berkeley-Boone,  43  W. 
52d  St.,  New  York.  334 

Misfortune  lurks  on  the  circus  lot. 
See  Dixies  circus. 


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352 


Mr.  Fixit  and  company;  a  comedy- 
sketch  [in  1  act]  by  Hazel  Lotze 
Whittaker.  Minneapolis,  Minn., 
1930  10  numb.  1  diagr.  4to.  © 
Nov.  29  ,1930;  2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931; 
D  pub.  470  :  F.  D.  Singler  play  co., 
Minneapolis.  335 

Mr.  Rennick  of  Chicago ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  J.  Doll.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  SS43 ;  Harry  J.  Doll, 
32  Redfield  St.,  Rye,  N.  Y.  336 

Mis.  Haply  lights  up ;  a  play,  by  H.  S. 
Cottman.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  85S5 :  Herman  S.  Cottman, 
4519    Baronne    St.,    New    Orleans. 

337 

Mrs.  Tuttle- Adams  speaking ;  a  sketch, 
by  M.  Moffet.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8848;  Marjorie  Moffet, 
1347  Augusta  Ave.,  St.  Louis.       338 

Mit  dem  rebens  coah ;  a  musical  com- 
edy in  2  acts,  by  H.  Brodie.     Text. 

©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8957 ; 
Hyman  Brodie.  147  Meridian  St., 
East  Boston.  Mass.  339 

Modern  effects.     See  Colorful  days. 

Mon  cure  chez  les  pauvres ;  piece  en  5 
actes  [par]  Andre  de  Lorde  et 
Pierre  Chaine,  tiree  du  roman  de 
Clement  Vautel  [pseud,  of  Clement 
Vaulet.  Paris,  1930]  30,  [3]  p. 
front.,  illus.  4to.  (La  Petite  illus- 
tration, no.  503)  ©  Nov.  15.  1930; 
1  c.  Dec.  31 :  D  pub.  8789 ;  Andre  de 
Lorde  &  Pierre  Chaine,  Paris.     340 

Moonlady;  by  A.  Budd,  a  dramatiza- 
tion of  the  novel  by  Upton  Close. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8679 ; 
Agnes  Budd.  228  Fairview  Ave.. 
Moorestown,  N.  J.  341 

Morphium  ;  ein  stuck  in  3  akten,  von 
Andrew  L.  Kemp.,  Deutsch  von 
Fritz  Bieber.  126  p.  8vo.  ©  Nov. 
15,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
8827 :  Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag 
a-g.,  Berlin.  342 

Morse  and  the  invention  of  the  tele- 
graph ;  a  radio  sketch  by  H.  F.  Carl- 
ton. (American  school  of  the  air, 
Feb.  2.  1931)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9001 ;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton, 
Harmon,  N.  Y.  343 

Mount  Vernon.  See  George  Washing- 
ton plays. 


Moving  (The)  finger;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  P.  Wilde.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8601  ;  Percival  Wilde, 
Wildeacre,  Main  St.,  Sharon,  Conn. 

344 

Mule-bone  (The)  ;  a  comedy  of  negro 
life  in  3  acts,  by  L.  Hughes  and  Zora 
Hurston.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8880;  Langston  Hughes.  4800 
Carnegie  Ave.,  Cleveland.  345 

Mummy  (The)  case;  a  play  in  10 
scenes,  by  S.  A.  Seabolt.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9057;  Sylvester 
A.  Seabolt,  156  N.  16th  St.,  East 
Orange,  N.  J.  346 

Murray  and  Smith ;  a  vaudeville 
sketch,  by  Bud  Ross.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
29.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9035 ;  Jack  Bard 
Murray,  2247  Duane  St.,  Los  An- 
geles. 347 

My  public ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
A.  Porter.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9050:  Rose  Albert  Porter, 
135  W.  16th  St.,  New  York.  348 

My  wild  days  are  over ;  a  musical 
mock  wedding  in  1  act,  by  Ellen  M. 
Gall.  San  Francisco.  Calif.,  1931. 
8  p.  music.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Jan.  12 ;  D  pub.  478 ;  Banner 
play  bureau,  inc.,   San  Francisco. 

349 

Mystere  (Un)  sans  importance.  See 
Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Naked  (The)  man.  See  Scotland 
Yard. 

Napi ;  a  Napoleonic  footnote,  in  3  acts, 
by  B.  Marlow.  adapted  from  a  play 
by  Julius  Berstl.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9042  ;  Brian  Marlow, 
110  W.  49th  St.,  New  York.  350 

Nathan  Hale.  Act  3.  See  George 
Washington  plays. 

Negerballade ;  eine  dramatische  hand- 
lung  in  3  akten,  von  Paul  Beyer. 
Berlin,  1930.  Various  pagings.  4to. 
Als  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  © 
1  c.  Dec.  9,  1930;  D  unpub.  8794; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Vedbandes  deut- 
scher  biihnenschriftsteller  und  biih- 
nenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

351 

Neid  auf  die  jugend ;  ein  dramati- 
sches  ereignis  in  3  akten,  von  Zdenko 
von  Kraft.  Berlin,  1930.  4  p.  1., 
[5] -84  p.  12mo.  Als  unverkau- 
fliches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  3.  1931;  D  unpub.  8946: 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes  deut- 
scher  biihnenschriftsteller  und  biih- 
nenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

352 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Neversweats  (The)  ;  a  3-act  play  by 
D.  J.  Carty.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  13,  1930; 
D  unpub.  8683;  Donald  Joseph 
Carty,  90  Swan  St.,  Laurence,  Mass. 

353 

New  (The)  dominion.  See  Auf  wie- 
dersehen. 

New  Year's  party.    See  Real  folks. 

New  York  lady;  a  play  by  D.  O. 
Stewart.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9015 ;  Donald  Ogden  Stew- 
art, Manhasset,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  354 

No  reason;  a  sketch  by  Harry  S.  Mil- 
ler and  Lewis  C.  Lehr.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  8972;  Harry 
Miller  &  Lewis  Lehr,  113  W.  57th 
St.,  New  York.  355 

No  sabe;  by  Elisha  Cook.  Chicago, 
The  Dramatic  publishing  company 
[1930]  28  p.  12mo.  (Sergei's 
playwright  series)  ©  Dec.  29,  1930; 
2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  462 ;  Helen 
H.  Cook,  Bayside,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.      356 

Noble  (A)  experiment;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  W.  Bloeser.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  8710;  Ray- 
mond W.  Bloeser,  R.  D.  no.  4,  Erie, 
Pa.  357 

Nonsense  of  1931 ;  a  revue,  book,  skits, 
lyrics,  by  W.  R.  Birdsley.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  8780;  Wil- 
liam R.  Birdsley,  1500  Bushwick 
Ave.,  Brooklyn.  358 

Northwest  (The)  mounted;  a  sketch 
by  N.  N.  Dorfman  and  S.  Ward.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931*;  D  unpub.  8984; 
Nat  N.  Dorfman,  639i  West  End 
Ave.,  &  Solly  Ward.  820  West  End 
Ave.,  New  York,  N.  Y.  359 

Notte  (La)  di  Zoraima ;  dramma  in  1 
atto  di  Mario  Ghisalberti  [musica 
di]  Italo  Montemezzi,  riduzione 
per  canto  e  pianoforte  di  Guido 
Zuccoli.  Milano,  1931.  5  p.  1.,  152 
p.  port.  4to.  ©  Jan.  8,  1931;  1  c. 
Jan.  9;  D  pub.  27921;  G.  Ricordi 
&  co.,  Milan.  360 


per  la  musica  di  Italo  Mon- 
temezzi. Milano,  1931.  40  p.  12mo. 
Text.  ©  Jan.  8,  1931 ;  1  c.  Jan.  9 ; 
D  pub.  8791 ;  G  Ricordi  &  co.,  Milan. 

361 

Oh  doctor !  an  operetta  in  2  acts,  book 
and  lyrics  by  Estelle  Merrymon 
Clark,  music  by  Palmer  John  Clark. 
Vocal  score  and  libretto  complete. 
Chicago  [1931]    160  p.    4to.    ©  Jan. 


2,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  2;  D  pub.  27906; 
Raymond  A.  Hoffman  company,  Chi- 
cago. 362 

Olivet  to  Calvary;  an  Easter  pageant 
service  for  the  church  school  [by 
C.  L.  Dorris]  music,  by  Nevin, 
Thomas,  Beazley,  Martin,  Gabriel 
and  Rosche.  Chicago,  111.  [1931] 
[14]  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  15.  1931 ;  2  c. 
Jan.  19;  D  pub.  27924;  Geo.  F. 
Rosche,  Chicago.  363 

On  the  loose;  a  mystery  farce  in  3 
acts,  by  Evelyn  Adams.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8599 ;  Evelyn 
V.  Adams,  Hempstead  Ave.,  Hemp- 
stead, N.  Y.  364 

On  the  wrong  feet ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  E.  Wadsworth.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8842 ;  Euleta  Wads- 
worth,  2239  Summer  St.,  Berkelev. 
Calif.  365 

Once  an  actor.    See  Back  of  the  mike. 

Once  upon  a  time;  a  translation  of 
Ossip  Dymov's  Yoshke  musikant 
from  the  Yiddish  adaptation  of 
Joseph  Buloff,  in  3(  acts,  by  W. 
Schack.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9028;  William  Schack,  182 
Pulaski  St.,  Brooklyn.  366 

Open  Saturday  night;  a  light  comedy, 
with  music,  by  Anders  Jordan  [i.  e. 
K.  A.  Jordan]  Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8575;  Kate  Anders 
Jordan,  215  W.  75th  St.,  New  York. 

367 

Organizing  the  chamber  of  commerce. 
See  Real  folks. 

Othello  der  Mohr  in  Wien.  See  Jah- 
rhundert   (Ein)    alt-Wiener  parodie. 

Out  at  Uncle  John's ;  a  health  play  in 
3  acts,  with  music;  book,  lyrics  and 
music,  by  Maude  Orita  Wallace. 
Cincinnati,  O.  [1931]  16  p.  4to. 
©  Jan.  12,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  2 ;  D  pub. 
27936 ;  Willis  music  company,  Cinci- 
natti.  368 

Over;  a  drama  of  life  in  3  acts,  by 
W.  J.  Mungovan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8645;  William 
Joseph  Mungovan,  6644  S.  Sanga- 
mon, Chicago.  369 

Over  the  river;  a  serio-comedy  by 
L.  D.  Hollister.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8876;  Len  D.  Hol- 
lister, 130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

370 


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386 


Overnight ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  L. 
Jansen,  based  on  original  story,  by 
L.  Jansen  and  D.  G.  Tomlinson.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8675; 
Laura  Jansen.  1936  Orchid  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  371 

Page  the  censors ;  a  play  in  5  scenes, 
bv  A.  N.  C.  Fowler.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  7, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  8621 ;  Albert  C.  Fow- 
ler, 277  Glen  St.,  Glens  Falls,  N.  Y. 

372 

Pair  (A)  of  heels;  a  sketch,  by  F. 
Herendeen.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8738 ;  Frederick  Heren- 
deen, 37  W.  Van  Buren  St.,  Chicago. 

373 

Palace  plays ;  by  Laurence  Housman. 
London  [1930]  2  p.  1  7-125,  [1]  p. 
12mo.  Contents :  The  revolting- 
daughter. — The  wicked  uncles ;  or, 
Victorious  virtue.  ©  Nov.  10,  1930 : 
1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  8783 ;  Jona- 
than Cape  &  Harrison  Smith,  inc., 
New  York.  374 

Parlor  bedlam  &  bath.  See  Around 
New  York. 

Partie  (La)  de  bridge.  See  Theatre 
sans  directeur. 

Peacemaker  (The)  ;  a  play,  by  Hermon 
Ould.  London,  J.  Curwen  &  sons, 
ltd. ;  Germantown,  Philadelphia, 
Curwen,  inc..  1931.  [5]  p.  4to. 
([Curwen  ed.,  4932])  ©  Jan.  3. 
1931 :  1  c.  Jan.  5  D  pub.  8652  ;  Her- 
mon Ould,  London.  375 

Peep  show ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  T. 
Schauffler,  from  the  book  by  Alice 
Dudeney.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8909;  Elizabeth  Tough 
Schauffler,  3519  Kinwood  Ave.. 
Kansas  City,  Mo.  376 

Pelerinage  (Le)  sentimental;  piece  en 
13  etapes,  par.  J.  Chabannes.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8775 ;  Jac- 
ques Chabannes,  20  bis.  Rue  Louis- 
David,  Paris.  377 

Pepe ;  comedie  musicale  en  3  actes, 
livret  de  Andre  Barde  [pseud,  of 
Andre  Bourdonneau]  musique  de 
Maurice  Yvain.  Paris  [1930]  1  p. 
1..  9-92  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  1,  1930; 
1  c.  Dec.  16 ;  D  pub.  27917 ;  Francis 
Salabert,  Paris.  378 

Pepp  and  Pepper,  steppers ;  a  red  hot 
minstrel  first  part,  by  [Ellen  M.  Gall 
and]  Leslie  H.  Carter.  San  Fran- 
cisco, Calif..  1931.  19  p.  12mo.  © 
Jan.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  12;  D  pub. 
477;  Banner  play  bureau,  inc.,  San 
Francisco.  379 


Pepys  throws  a  party  in  a  garret.  See 
And  so  to  bed. 

Perle  (Die)  von  Korsika  (Vendetta)  ; 
operette  in  2  akten  und  einem 
dramatischen  vorspiel,  von  Den 
Spranklin  und  Max  Steiner-Kaiser, 
musik  von  Vada  Ennem,  Deutsche 
buhnenbearbeitung  und  gesangstexte 
von  Max  Steiner-Kaiser.  Berlin- 
Wilmersdorf  [1925]  71  p.  8vo. 
Regiebuch.  Text.  ©  May  8,  1925; 
1  c.  May  29,  1930;  D  pub.  8650; 
Rondo-verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

380 

Petit  (Le)  lit;  piece  en  3  actes  et  un 
prologue,  de  R.  Kerdyk.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
2S,  1931 :  D  unpub.  9018 ;  Rene  Ker- 
dyk, 20  Rue  de  Grenelle,  Paris.      381 

Phaedra.    See  Racine's  Athaliah. 

Phantom  (The)  distress  signal;  a 
mysterious  and  romantic  drama  of 
the  southern  seas,  in  2  scenes,  by 
Gordon  de  Borde  [pseud,  of  G.  de  B. 
Brown]  and  Patrick  Kelly.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8862 ;  Gordon 
de  Borde  Brown,  2264  Alum  Rock. 
Ave..  &  Patrick  Joseph  Kelly,  734 
N.  3d  St.,  San  Jose,  Calif.  382 

Piccola ;  a  musical  Christmas  story 
for  children,  by  Alice  R.  Wickens 
and  Ruby  M.  Black,  Chicago  [1930] 
16  p.  4to.  ©  Dec.  10,  1930;  2  c. 
Dec.  20;  D  pub.  27914;  H.  T.  Fitz- 
Simons  co.,  Cnicago.  383 

Pieces  en  un  acte ;  [par]  Jules  Ro- 
maics. Paris  [1930]  2  p.  1.,  [9]- 
171  p.  [1]  p.,  2  1.  12mo.  Contents: 
La  Scintillante. — Ainedee  et  les 
Messieurs  en  rang. — Demetrios. — Le 
dejeuner  marocain.  ©  Dec.  4,  1930 ; 
1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  A— Foreign 
10577;  Librairie  Gallimard,  Paris. 

383* 

Pierrot — his  play ;  by  T.  Schwartz. 
Chicago  [1930]  30  p.  12mo.  (Ser- 
gei's playwright  series)  ©  Dec.  29, 
1930 ;  2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  461 ; 
Dramatic  pub.  co.,  Chicago.  384 

Pink  laws;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
S.  Pyie.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8667 ;  Marguerite  Stringfel- 
low  Pyle,  5283  Waterman  Blvd.,  St. 
Louis.  385 

Pippa  passes ;  dramatic  radio  version, 
by  L.  J.  Patricelli.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15. 
1931  :  D  unpub.  9064 ;  Leonard 
Joseph  Patricelli,  232  S.  Marshall. 
Hartford.  386 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Pirate  gold.  See  American  history  in 
masque  and  wig. 

Plaisirs  (Les)  du  dimanche.  See 
Theatre  sans  directeur. 

Playing  around;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by 
M.  K.  Brookes.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8680;  Mary  K.  Brookes, 
3749  91st  St.,  Jackson  Heights,  N.  Y. 

387 

Plowboy ;  a  3-act  drama,  by  P.  L.  Fort. 
©  1  c  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8605 ; 
Paul  L.  Fort,  1550  W.  58th  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  388 

Polo ;  an  original  musical  comedy  in 
2  acts,  by  M.  M.  Myerberg.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9010 ; 
Michael  M.  Myerberg,  110  W.  48th 
St.,  New  York.  389 

Posy  Nobody  and  Prudence  Ballew ; 
a  sketch  by  L.  D.  Hollister.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub,  9075;  Len 
D.  Hollister,  130  W.  44th  St.,  New 
York.  390 

Pour  tuer  le  temps;  comedie  inedite 
en    1    acte    de    Max   Maurey.       (In 

'  Paris,  Candide,  no.  339)  ©  Sept.  11, 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub.  8790; 
Max  Maurey,  Paris.  391 

Poverty  is  sin ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
B.  G.  Zizelman.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19, 
1931 ;  L>  unpub.  8813 ;  Etta  G.  Zizel- 
man,   310    W.    72d    St.,    New    York. 

392 

President  Haversa ;  komodie  in  4 
akten,  von  Gustav  Davis.  Wien, 
1930.  94  p.  8vo.  Als  unverkau- 
fliches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  23,  1930;  D  unpub.  8713; 
Theaterverlag  Otto  Birich,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Vienna.  393 

Praxagora ;  ou,  L'assemblee  des 
femmes.  piece  en  6  tableaux,  de  M. 
Donnay.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8803 ;  Maurice  Donnay,  7 
Rue  de  Florence,  Paris.  394 

Prelude ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Marie 
Baumer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8734;  Marie  Elizabeth 
Baumer,  714  McBride  St.,  Syracuse, 
N.  Y.  395 

Pretendant  (Le)  See  Theatre  sans 
directeur. 

Primavera  florentina ;  un  atto  comico 
in  3  tempi,  di  Mario  Ghisalberti. 
©  1  c.  Nov.  19,  1930;  D  unpub. 
8986;  Casa  musicale  Sonzogno,  s.  a., 
Milan.  396 


Prince  Michael ;  a  fantasy  in  4  scenes, 
with  prologue  and  epilogue,  by  J.  G. 
Holcombe  and  Florence  E.  Casler. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931;  D  unpub. 
8932;  John  Gibson  Holcombe,  65 
Hillcrest  Rd.,  Maplewood,  N.  J.    397 

Princess  (The)  and  the  peacock;  a 
sketch,  by  K.  E.  McClure.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8695; 
Kathryn  Ernestine  McClure,  Route 
1,  Box  625,  Modesto,  Calif.  398 

Princess  (The)  and  the  swineherd; 
written  by  Alice  M.  Coats,  after  the 
story  by  Hans  Andersen,  music  by 
Michael  Mullinar.  London,  J. 
Curwen  &  sons  ltd. ;  Germantown, 
Philadelphia,  Curwen,  inc.,  1930. 
iii,  40  p.  4to.  ©  Nov.  7,  1930 ;  1  c. 
Nov.  6;  D  pub.  27913;  Michael 
Mullinar,  Moseley,  Birmingham. 
England.  399 

Prohack ;  lustspiel  in  3  akten,  von 
Arnold  Bennett  and  Edward  Knob- 
lock,  Deutsch  von  Konrad  Maril. 
Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3 3-113  p. 
8vo.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8835;  S.  Fischer 
verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.  400 

Promised  (The)  land;  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  O.  Williams.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  14, 
1930 ;  D  unpub.  8934  ;  Mary  O'Brien 
Williams,  Live  Oak,  Calif.  401 

Prophecy  (The)  See  George  Wash- 
ington plays. 

Prosperity  girls;  a  skit,  bv  M.  Haft". 
©  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8777 ; 
Marion  Haff,  39  Harbor  Lane,  New 
Rochelle,  N.  Y.  402 

Prost  Helga !  schauspiel.  von  Rein- 
hard  Goering.  Berlin,  1930.  114  p. 
8vo.  ©  Nov.  15,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  3, 
1931;  D  pub.  8907;  Arcadia-verlag, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  403 

Purim  on  trial ;  by  James  A.  Kates. 
New  York,  1931.  10  p.  12mo.  © 
Jan.  12,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  16;  D  pub. 
482 ;  Bloch  publishing  co.,  inc.,  New 
York.  404 

Purple  ( The )  twilight ;  a  drama  in  4 
acts,  by  E.  Hopkins.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8623;  Edwin  Hop- 
kins, 255  W.  43d  St.,  New  York.    405 

Pyromanen  (Die)  ;  drama  in  3  akten 
mit  einem  nachspiel,  von  Karl  Oskar 
Piszk.  Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  3-102 
p.  12mo.  ©  May  16,  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  13.  1931 ;  D  pub.  8828 ;  Gustav 
Kiepenheuer     verlag     a-g.,     Berlin. 

406 


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425 


Queen  Sabbath ; '  a  1-act  playlet,  by 
Nanette  Abraham.  New  York,  1931. 
11  p.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  12.  1931 :  2  c. 
Jan.  16;  D  pub.  490;  Bloch  pub.  co., 
inc.,  New  York.  407 

Racine's  Andromache  (a  tragedy) 
and  Britannicus ;  literally  trans- 
lated, by  Robert  Bruce  Boswell, 
with  a  brief  introduction  by  Allene 
Leonard.  New  York,  [1930]  vi, 
129  p.  24nio.  (Students'  literal 
translations)  ©  Oct.  15.  1930;  2  c. 
Oct.  IS;  aff.  Dec.  29;  A  30741. 
Translation  pub.  co.,  inc.,  New  York. 
[©  introduction]  407* 

Racine's  Athaliah  (a  tragedy  founded 
upon  Holy  Scripture)  and  Phaedra; 
literally  translated  by  Robert  Bruce 
Boswell,  with  a  brief  introduction 
bv  Allene  Leonard.  New  York 
[1930]  vi  p..  1  1.,  137  p.  24ino. 
(Students'  literal  translations)  © 
Oct.  15,  1930 :  2  c.  Oct.  18 ;  aff.  Dec. 
29;  A  30742;  Translation  pub.  co., 
inc..   New   York.      [©   introduction] 

407** 

Racketeer  love :  a  play,  by  M.  J. 
Ghiselli.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  22,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8988;  Mario  J.  Ghiselli,  67 
Overlook  Ave.,  Dongan  Hills,  Staten 
Island,  N.  Y.  408 

Rndio  (The)  forecast;  a  sketch  by 
Lucie  Lacoste  [i.  e.  L.  L.  Maddock] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
S9<9;  Lucie  Lacoste  Maddock,  175 
W.  79th  St.,  New  York.  409 

Radio  (The)  speaker;  mystery  play 
in  1  act,  by  Burns  M.  Kattenberg. 
Minneapolis.  Minn.,  1930.     13  numb. 

1.  cliagr.  4to.  ©  Nov.  29,  1930; 
2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  pub.  471 ;  F.  D. 
Singler  play  co..  Minneapolis.        410 

Rah  !  Rah  !  racket !  a  modern  musical 
comedy  in  2  acts,  book  by  M.  Lewis 
and  P.   Terry.     Text.     ©  1  c.  Jan. 

2.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8724 ;  Mary  Lewis 
and  Peter  Terry,  219  W.  81st  St.. 
New  York.  411 

Raid  (The)  ;  a  vaudeville  act,  by  J. 
Henley.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8703:  Jack  Henley,  1560 
Broadway.  New  York.  412 

Real  folks :  a  radio  sketch  by  G.  F. 
Brown.  Oct.  27,  1930.  Gilbert  and 
Sullivan  opera  in  Thompkins  Cor- 
ners. ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8889:  George  Frame  Brown.  Chel- 
sea  Hotel,   W.   23d    St.,   New  York. 

413 


Nov 


1930.      The    great 


radium  mine  swindle.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
22.  1931;  D  unpub.  8890:  George 
Frame  Brown,  Chelsea  Hotel,  W. 
23d  St.,  New  York.  414 

Nov.  10,  1930.     Organizing 

the  chamber  of  commerce.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8891 ;  George 
Frame  Brown,  Hotel  Chelsea,  222 
W.  23d  St.,  New  York.  415 

Nov.   17,   1930.     The  great 

bird,  fish,  and  animal  show.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  22, 1931 ;  D  unpub.  8892  ;  George 
Frame  Brown,  Hotel  Chelsea,  New 
York.  416 

Nov.  24.  1930.     The  ladies 

minstrel  show.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8893 ;  George  Frame 
Brown,    Chelsea    Hotel,    New   York. 

417 

Dec.  1,  1930.     Men's  supper 

party.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 8894;  George  Frame  Brown, 
Chelsea  Hotel,  New  York.  418 

Dec.  8,  1930.    The  Christmas 

box.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
8895;  George  Frame  Brown,  Hotel 
Chelsea,  New  York.  419 

Dec.   15,   1930.     The  fudge 

party.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 8896;  George  Frame  Brown. 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  420 

Dec.  22,  1930.  The  Christ- 
mas play.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8897 ;  George  Frame 
Brown,    Hotel    Chelsea,    New    York. 

421 

Dec.  29,  1930.     New  Year's 

party.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 8898 ;  George  Frame  Brown, 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  422 


Jan.  5,  1931.    The  coon  hunt. 

©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8899 ; 
George  Frame  Brown,  Hotel  Chel- 
sea, New  York.  423 

Jan.  12,  1931.     Competitive 

musical  recital.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8900 ;  George  Frame 
Brown,    Hotel    Chelsea,    New   York. 

424 

Red  fields;  a  3-act  play,  by  P.  A. 
Xantho  [pseud,  of  P.  A.  Xantho- 
poulo]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931;  D.  un- 
pub. 8639 ;  Panayotis  Achilles  Xan- 
thopoulo.  99  Howe  St.,  New  Haven. 

425 


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pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Re-incarna ;  ein  versuch,  bearbeitet 
von  Pauline  Schwalbacb.  Mann- 
heim, Germany  [1930]  Various 
pagings.  4to.  ©  Oct.  14,  1930;  1  c. 
Dec.  9 ;  D  pub.  8786 ;  H.  Schwalbach, 
Mannheim,  Germany.  426 

Reise  (Die)  urn  Europa  in  365  tagen ; 
ein  groteske  begebenheit  in  15  bil- 
dern,  von  Jaroslaw  Haschek  u.  Egon 
Erwin  Kisch.  Berlin,  1930.  6  p.  1.. 
11-196  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  15,  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  pub.  8784;  Ar- 
cadia-verlag,    g.    m.    b.    h.,    Berlin. 

427 

Remote  control.  See  Scotland  yard. 
no.  12. 

Revolt  of  the  women ;  a  play  in  2  acts, 
by  Aristophanes,  adapted  and  rev. 
from  the  original  Greek,  by  0.  Coil 
and  C.  Laskaris.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  12, 
1930]  D  unpub.  8685 ;  Cleo  Coil,  701 
W.  19th,  St.,  Oklahoma  City,  and 
Costas  Laskaris,  922  Cortelyou  Rd., 
Brooklyn.  428 

Revolting  (The)  daughter.  See  Palace 
plays. 

Rhythmische  liebe ;  lustspiel  in  3  ak- 
ten,  von  Stefan  Carell.  Berlin,  1930. 
3  p.  1.,  [5] -134  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  29, 
1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub. 
8823 ;  Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag 
a-g.,  Berlin.  429 

Rich  (The)  can  afford  it;  a  play  by 
M.  A.  Helprin.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  26,  1930 ; 
D  unpub.  8866;  Morris  A.  Helprin, 
786  Lexington  Ave.,  New  York.    430 

Rigadoon  ;  a  play  in  9  scenes,  by  C.  K. 
Robinson.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8881 ;  Charles  Knox  Robin- 
son, 8  Douglas  Road,  Glen  Ridge, 
N.  J.  431 

Right  (The)  of  way  ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program  no.  76,  Feb.  17, 
1931)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9005;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton, 
Harmon,  N.  Y.,  &  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  432 

Ring  around  the  moon  ;  a  tragedy  in 
3  acts,  by  J.  S.  Pooler.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8883  ;  James  Silas 
Pooler,  1316  E.  Jefferson  Ave., 
Detroit.  433 

Ritualmord  in  Ungarn ;  [in  5  akten] 
von  Arnold  Zweig.  Berlin,  1930. 
1  p.  1.,  87  p.  8vo.  ©  Aug.  18,  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  pub.  8922; 
Gustav  Kiepenheuer  verlag  a.  g., 
Berlin.  434 


Robert  decides  to  leave  the  farm ;  a 
play  in  1  act.  by  W.  C.  Moore.  [12] 
p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  10,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan. 
31;  D  pub.  489;  Wilson  C.  Moore, 
Dover,    Del.  435 

Robert  cler  Teuxel.  See  Jahrhundert 
(Ein)  alt-Wiener  parodie. 

Robin  Hood.  See  Maltine  (The)  story 
hour. 

Robinson  Croesus ;  a  tropical  satire  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  Hatch.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8980;  Eric  Hatch, 
Port  Washington,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.        436 

Roderich  und  Kunigunde.  See  Jahr- 
hundert (Ein)  alt-Wiener  parodie. 

Roman  (Le)  d'une  femme  de  chambre  ; 
pi§ce  en  3  actes  et  6  tableaux,  de  A. 
de  Lorde  et  A.  Heuze.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
9,  1931;  D  unpub.  8774;  Andre  de 
Lorde  &  Andre  Heuze,  5  Rue  Abbe- 
de-1'Epee  &  81  Blvd.  Magenta,  Paris. 

437 

Romance  (The)  of  the  old  South;  a 
drama  with  comedy  and  music  in 
3  acts,  by  A.  Wilcomb.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  27919 ;  Alpha  Wil- 
comb, 1240  14th  St.,  San  Bernardino, 
Calif.  438 

Room  (A)  for  the  night;  a  mystery 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  0.  E.  Turney. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9052 : 
Catherine  Edna  Turney,  690  Mag- 
nolia Ave.,  Pasadena.  439 

Root  (The)  ;  a  symbolic  1-act  play, 
with  an  epilogue,   by  E.  Field.     © 

1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  8994; 
Elliott  Field,  134-35  Springfield 
Blvd.,   Springfield   Gardens,  N.  Y. 

440 

Ropes  of  sand ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
Rhys  James.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  30,  1930: 
D  unpub.  8643;  Louis  P.  M.  Con- 
nolly, 454  Waldo  St.,  S.  E.,  Atlanta. 

441 

Rosa's  first  lover ;  musical  comedy  in 

2  acts,  by  A.  Blum.     Text. 

px  papa  2  ,px  *-irfc$p  J?i»^« 
♦Dibs  om2K  vD  '"^2  * 

©  1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8741 : 
Abraham  Blum,  177  Bay  25th  St.. 
Brooklyn.  442 

Rose  (The)  of  Anne  Rutledge.  See 
American  history  in  masque  and 
wig. 


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464 


Rose  (The)  of  Magdala ;  by  Dornenico 
Tumiati.  English  version,  in  3  acts, 
by  B.  Cutti.  §lc.  Jan.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9016;  Berta  Cutti,  162  W. 
56th  St.,  New  York.  443 

Rose  (The)  of  Sharon;  a  service  for 
Easter  or  Good  Friday,  by  E.  G. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8983 ;  Esther  Grant  Brown, 
6033  Enright  Ave.,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

444 

Rote  (Des)  tuch ;  schwank  in  3  akten, 
von  Julius  Horst  und  Wolfgang 
Pollaczek.  Wien,  1930.  99  p.  diagr. 
12nio.  Als  unverkaufliches  manu- 
skript  vervielfiiltigt.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  9, 
1930;  D  unpub.  8712;  Theaterverlag 
Otto  Eirich,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Vienna.    445 

Rumplestiltskin ;  a  mystery  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  Helvenston  and  E.  Richard- 
son, jr.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8595 ;  Harold  Helvenston, 
2320  Southcourt  Ave.,  and  Eri  Rich- 
ardson, jr.,  552  Kellogg  Ave.,  Palo 
Alto,  Calif.  446 

Runaway  (The)  queens;  a  satire  of 
social  customs,  by  K.  E.  McClure. 
©lc.  Jan.  12.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8694 ; 
Kathryn  Ernestine  McClure,  Route 
1,  Box  625,  Modesto,  Calif.  447 

Running  for  office ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  Henry  B.  Lister.  San  Francisco, 
Calif.,  La  Boheme  club  [1930]  16  p. 
8vo.  ©  Dec.  24,  1930;  2  c.  Jan.  5, 
1931;  D  pub.  476;  Henry  B.  Lister, 
San  Francisco.  448 

Sacoche  (La)  See  Theatre  sans  di- 
recteur. 

Saloon  (The)  ;  a  sketch  by  D.  Mar- 
quis. ©  1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9014;  Don  Marquis,  %  George  T. 
Bye,  535  5th  Ave.,  New  York.      449 

Santa's  gold  stars ;  a  1  act  playlet,  by 
Bertha  Marie  Brechet  Hayden. 
Minneapolis.  Minn.,  F.  D.  Singler 
play  co.,  1930.  6  numb.  1.  4to.  © 
Nov.  29,  1930;  2  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub. 
460 ;  Bertha  Marie  Brechet  Hayden. 
Minneapolis.  450 

Scarlet  (The)  secret;  a  1-act  comedy, 
by  Margaret  Mosier  Thomas  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  16,  1930;  D  unpub.  8690;  Mar- 
garet Thomas,  56  Mountain  Ave., 
Caldwell,  N.  J.  451 

Schleiflack;  komodie  in  3  akten,  von 
Konrad  Beste.  Berlin.  1930.  2  p. 
1.,  [3J-94  p.  8vo.  Manuskript.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  8833; 
S.  Fischer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.       452 

Scintillante  (La)  See  Pieces  en  un 
acte. 


Scoop  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  F.  Godfrey.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8607;  John  Francis  God- 
frey, 4931  Sutherland  Ave.,  St. 
Louis.  453 

Scotland  Yard ;  a  radio  sketch,  no.  9, 
adapted  from  The  voice  of  guilt,  by 
Phil  Thorn.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  31,  1930; 
D  unpub.  8642;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  454 

no.  10,  adapted  from  The  garden 

of  Death,  by  Phil  Thorn.  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  31,  1930;  D  unpub.  8641;  Dell 
pub.  co.,  New  York.  455 

no.  11,  adapted  from  The  naked 

man,  by  Phil  Thorn.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  8800;  Dell  pub. 
co.,  New  York.  456 

no.  12,  by  Richard  A.  Martinsen, 

adapted  from  Remote  control.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  9026; 
Dell  pub.  co.,  100  5th  Ave.,  New 
York.  457 

no.  13,  by  Richard  A.  Martinsen, 

adapted  from  a  different  brand  of 
justice.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9027;  Dell  pub.  co.,  100  5th 
Ave.,  New  York.  458 

Scrubbers  (The)  ;  Episode  2,  3,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  G.  G.  Saylor.  ©  1  c. 
each  Jan.  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  8658, 
8659;  George  G.  Saylor,  76  W.  48th 
St.,  New  York.  459,460 

Sea  mates;  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Margaret  Vollmer  [pseud,  of  M. 
V.  Wall]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8726;  Margaret  V.  Wall, 
226  W.  47th  St.,  New  York.         461 

Selbst-stendige  (Di)  f rau ;  melodrama 
in  4  acts,  by  R.  Shoenfeld. 

3w$i   ]is    papa    4    r*<    aiaim 

©  1  c.  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8617 ; 
Rose  Shoenfeld,  159  2d  Ave.,  New 
York.  462 

Senator  Acorn ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  McGuire.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8781;  Harry  McGuire, 
1824  Curtis  St.,  Denver.  463 

Seven  ages  of  Washington.  See 
George  Washington  plays. 

Shackles ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Flora 
and  Julia  Haney.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  16, 
1930;  D  unpub.  8574;  Flora  E. 
Haney  and  Julia  G.  Haney,  6419 
Woodbine  Ave.,  Philadelphia.       464 


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Shadows  of  society ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
adapted  from  Howard  P.  Taylor's 
play  Judge  not,  by  J.  Menchen.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  8872; 
Joseph  Menchen,  1714  N.  Ivar  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  465 

Shame  the  devil ;  a  3-act  play,  by  R. 
H.  Diggs,  jr.,  K.  S.  Whitmore,  W.  H. 
Wright.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  19,  1980;  D 
unpub.  8684;  Richard  H.  Diggs,  jr. 
and  William  H.  Wright,  1110  Ha- 
cienda Place,  and  Kenneth  S.  Whit- 
more, 330  N.  Laurel  Ave.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  466 

She  who  will  not  when  she  may.  See 
George  Washington  plays. 

Silas  Marner ;  a  radio  sketch  by  W.  F. 
Manley.  (American  school  of  the 
air,  Feb.  4,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Jan.  28, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9003 ;  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  467 

Silhouette ;  a  sophisticated  melodrama, 
by  H.  Kolker  and  G.  L.  G.  Samson. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  27,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8992 ; 
Henry  Kolker,  1767  N.  Orange  Grove 
Ave.,  and  Gerald  L.  G.  Samson,  6434 
Yucca   St.,   Hollywood,   Calif.       468 

Sin;  a  dramatic  novelty  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  H.  Gregory  and  J.  M.  Gregory. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9061 ; 
Rhode  H.  Gregory,  90  Melbourne 
Ave.,  Mamaroneck,  N.  Y.,  &  John  M. 
Gregory,  342  W.  89th  St.,  New  York. 

469 

Sinful  (The)  bride;  a  drama  in  4  acts, 
by  Samuel  Schiffman.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  8955;  Leopold 
Spachner,  1560  Broadway,  New 
York.  470 

Singin'  the  blues;  a  drama  in  2  acts, 
by  J.  McGowan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  14, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8720 ;  John  McGow- 
an, R.  F.  D.  no.  3,  Bethel,  Conn.    471 

Six  filles  a  marier !  operette  en  3  actes 
et  4  tableaux,  de  J.  Guitton,  lyrics 
de  R.  Pujol,  musique  de  R.  Moretti. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  12,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8905 ;  Jean  Guitton,  Rene  Pu- 
jol, and  Raoul  Moretti,  Paris.      472 

Six  (The)  panhandlers;  a  comedy  skit, 
by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8676;  Arthur  Denvir,  51 
W.  82d  St.,  New  York.  473 

Six  sisters ;  a  play  in  2  parts  and  six 
scenes,  by  P.  A.  Xantho  [pseud,  of 
P.  A.  Xanthopoulo]  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  8958;  Panayotis 
Achilles  Xanthopoulo,  99  Howe  St., 
New  Haven.  474 


Sixty  miles  from  Chicago;  a  melo- 
drama in  3  acts,  by  V.  V.  Pearl.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  8636; 
Vincent  Victor  Pearl,  12  Garden 
Place,  Brooklyn.  475 

Sky  (The)  pilot.  See  Death  Valley 
days. 

Sleeping  (The)  beauty.  See  Maltine 
(The)  story  hour. 

Social  service;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  T. 
Lewis  and  J.  Halloran.    ©  1  c.  Jan. 

13,  1931;  D  unpub.  8702;  Therese 
Lewis,  Hotel  Blackstones,  and  John 
Halloran,  60  W.  48th  St.,  New  York. 

476 

Society  (The)  circus.  See  Dixies  cir- 
cus. 

Society  (The)  of  Eminent  Bellweth- 
ers ;  a  tragi-comedy  in  4  acts,  by 
Evgeni  Zamiatin,  tr.  from  the  Rus- 
sian by  Mieczyslaw  Volk.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  8971; 
Mieczyslaw  Volk,  3  Riverside  Drive, 
New  York.  477 

Soir  (Le)  des  noces;  comedie  en  3 
actes,  par  A.  Acremant.  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
31,  1930;  D  unpub.  8801;  Albert 
Acremant,  8,  Villa  du  Roule,  Neuilly 
(Seine)   France.  478 

Some  call  it  love ;  a  modern  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by   S.   Stone.     ©  1  c.   Jan. 

14,  1931;  D  unpub.  8719;  Sydney 
Stone,  144  W.  74th  St.,  New  York. 

479 

Sometimes  you  win ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Maurice  Ledger.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  8982;  Chandos 
Sweet,  35-07  147th  St.,  Flushing, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y.  480 

Song  of  the  waterfall;  a  light  opera 
in  3  acts,  by  C.  A.  Fee.  Text.  © 
1  c.  Dec.  23,  1930;  D  unpub.  8987; 
Chester  Anders  Fee,  1136  Arapahoe 
St.,  Los  Angeles.  481 

South  Sea  Sadie;  a  comedy,  by  J. 
Henley.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8704;  Jack  Henley,  1560 
Broadway,  New  York.  482 

Spindrift;  a  comedy  [in  3  acts]  by 
Martin  Flavin,  preface  by  Barrett 
H.  Clark.  New  York,  Los  Angeles, 
Samuel  French;  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd.,  1930.  xi  p.,  2  1.,  3-147 
p.  front,  (port.)  12mo.  ©  Dec. 
27,  1930;  2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931;  D  pub. 
465;  Martin  Flavin,  Carmel,  Calif. 

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501 


Spitzentuch  der  konigin ;  operette  in  3 
akten,  von  Rudolf  Oesterreicher  und 
Julius  Wilhelin,  musik  von  Johann 
Strauss,  fiir  die  biihne  niusikalisch 
neu  bearbeitet,  von  Karl  Pauspertl. 
Leipzig,  1931.  cover-title,  2  p.  1., 
3-23  p.  12mo.  Text  der  gesange. 
©  Dec.  27,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931: 
D  pub.  8647 ;  Aug.  Cranz,  g.  m.  b.  h.. 
Leipzig.  484 

Splendor ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  W.  Wil- 
liams. ©  1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub.  8879 ;  Wythe  Williams,  5  Pros- 
pect PL,  New  York.  485 

Spring  gives  a  party;  a  cantata  in  3 
acts,  by  N.  F.  Matlock  and  H.  Stau- 
dinger.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub.  27912;  Nelle  P'.  Matlock,  5540 
Pershing  St.,  and  Hilda  Staudinger, 
4265  Cleveland  St.,  St.  Louis.        486 

Spring  to  the  meadow.  See  American 
history  in  masque  and  wig. 

Spy  (The)  See  American  history  in 
masque  and  wig. 

Standchen  bei  nacht ;  lustspiel  in  3 
akten,  von  Leo  Lenz.  Berlin,  1930. 
78  p.  8vo.  Als  manuskript  verviel- 
faltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub.  8840:  Vertriebsstelle  des  Ver- 
bandes  deutscher  biihnenschrift- 
steller  und  btihnenkomponisten,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  487 

Station  KLK  ;  a  dramatic  sketch  in  1 
act,  by  H.  H.  Stinson.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9068;  Herbert 
Hunter  Stinson,  15452  W.  Sherman 
Way,  Van  Nuys,  Calif.  488 

Stirbst  du  soldat?  horspiel  [in  4 
akten]  von  Otto  Alfred  Palitzsch 
und  Hans  Rudolf  Berndorff.  Berlin 
[1930]  3  p.  1.,  58  p.  8vo.  ©  July 
15,  1930 ;  1  c.  Nov.  17 ;  D  pub.  8069 ; 
Arcadia-verlag.  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

489 

Stop  me  if  you've  heard  it ;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  Tracey.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
10,  1931:  D  unpub.  8655;  John 
Tracey,  4  W.  43d  St.,  New  York. 

490 

Straight  (The)  and  narrow;  a  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  H.  E.  McKee.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  8901: 
Harry  Elsworth  McKee,  300  W.  49th 
St.,  New  York.  491 

Strange  birds  in  the  nest ;  a  comedy- 
drama  iu  3  acts,  by  M.  Frey.  © 
1  c\  Jan.  13,  1931:  D  unpub.  8698; 
Mary  Frey,  101  W.  55th  St.,  New 
York.  492 


Stranger  (The)  ;  a  Christmas  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  C.  Wassell.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8593;  Her- 
bert Cecil  Wassell,  LeRoy,  Kan.    493 

Street  fiddler;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Barnouw.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8977 ;  Erik  Barnouw,  39 
Claremont  Ave.,  New  York.  494 

Strong  stuff ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  S. 
Shipman  and  J.  B.  Hymer.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8674 ;  Sam- 
uel Shipman,  Hotel  Alamac,  New 
York  and  J.  B.  Hymer,  150  W.  55th 
St.,  New  York.  495 

Sturz  der  verdammten  (der  9  ther- 
midor)  ;  ein  sendespiel  in  10  hors- 
cenen,  von  Hans  Kyser.  Berlin, 
1930.  2  p.  1.,  2-76  p.  12mo.  Als 
unverkaufliches  manuskript  verviel- 
faltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 8947;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Ver- 
bandes  deutscher  biihnenschrift- 
steller  und  biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  496 

Sun  (The)  sets  early;  a  melodrama 
in  3  acts,  by  M.  I.  Strunsky  and  Her- 
bert Abel.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  8677 ;  Maurice  I.  Strunskv, 
171  W.  71st  St.,  New  York.  497 

Sundown ;  a  play  in  7  scenes,  trans- 
lated and  adapted  from  the  Russian 
of  I.  Babel,  by  Jack  J.  Bobbins.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9056; 
Maxim  Lieber,  55  W.  42d  St.,  New 
York.  498 

Sure  fire;  a  play  in  5  scenes,  by  Wil- 
son Richards  and  Philip  Stevenson. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  16,  1930  ;  D  unpub.  8762  ; 
Philip  Edward  Stevenson,  408  Del- 
gado  St.,  Santa  Fe,  N.  M.  499 

Tausend  dollars;  volksstiick  in  3  auf- 
ziigen,  von  Hans  Miiller-Schlosser. 
Berlin,  1930.  87  numb.  1.  Svo.  Als 
manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  8841;  Ver- 
triebsstelle des  Verbandes  deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller  und  biihnen- 
komponisten.  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

500 

That  certain  business ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  B.  Mason  and  Kenneth 
Keith  [pseud,  of  K.  K.  Hood-Daniel] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8933  ; 
Homer  B.  Mason,  R.  F.  D.  33,  South- 
port,  Conn.,  and  Kenneth  Keith 
Hood-Daniel,  400  E.  49th  St.,  New 
York.  501 

Theatre;  [t.  3]  [par]  Denys  Amiel. 
Paris  [1930]  4  p,  1.,  [9]-264  p.,  2  1. 
12mo.         Contents  :      L'image. — 


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Theatre — Continued. 
L'homme  cl'un  soir  (en  collaboration 
avec  Charles  Lafaurie)     ©  Nov.  12, 
1930  ;  1  c.  Dec.  19 ;  A— Foreign  9951 ; 
Albin  Michel,  Paris.  501* 

Theatre  sans  directeur ;  [par]  Tristan 
Bernard.  Paris  [1930]  247  p.,  2  1. 
12mo.  Contents  :  L'ecole  du  piston. — 
Un  mystere  sans  importance. — Un 
dramaturge  en  plein  labeur. — Le 
pretendant. — La  sacoche. — La  partie 
de  bridge. — L'entrangleuse. — Un  gar- 
con  de  dix-huit  ans. — Un  homme 
dans  la  maison. — Les  plaisirs  du 
dinanche. — Antoinette  ou  le  retour 
du  marquis.  ©  Oct.  14,  1930;  1  c. 
Dec.  19;  A— Foreign  9946;  Albin 
Michel,  Paris.  501** 

This  woman;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
William  Beaumont  [pseud,  of  C. 
Glasby]  ©  1  c.  Nov.  24,  1930;  D 
unpub.  8755;  Constance  Glasby,  29 
Carton  Road,  Putney,  London.      502 

Three-bit  revue;  in  3  episodes  by  D. 
L.  Cotie.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9058;  Dana  Lea  Cotie,  509 
5th  Ave.,  New  York.  503 

Three  witches  of  Salem.  See  Ameri- 
can history  in  masque  and  wig. 

Tiger  Lil  of  Rhyolite.  See  Death  Val- 
ley days. 

Tiger  (The)  smiles;  book  by  Joshua 
Logan,  Jack  lams  and  H.  M.  Ken- 
nedy, lyrics  by  Joshua  Logan,  Sey- 
mour Morris,  F.  O.  Cooke  and  H.  M. 
Kennedy,  music  by  F.  O.  Cooke  and 
R.  W.  Hedges,  additional  music  by 
C.  N.  Zellner  and  R.  M.  Wineman. 
[Chicago,  1930]  3  p.  1.,  69  p.  fol. 
©  Dec.  16,  1930;  2  c.  Dec.  20;  D 
pub.  27918;  G.  Schirmer,  inc.,  New 
York.  504 

Tin  (The)  cup  and  the  wooden  leg; 
a  radio  sketch  by  G.  D.  Janes.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  8973; 
Guido  D.  Janes,  318  S.  18th  St., 
Quincy,  111.  505 

To  see  ourselves ;  a  domestic  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  E.  M.  Delafield  [pseud, 
of  E.  M.  Dashwood]  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
10,  1931;  D  unpub.  8874;  Elizabeth 
Monica  Dashwood,  %  A.  D.  Peters, 
4-5  Adam  St.,  Adelphi,  London. 

506 

Torichte  jungfrau  ;  operette  in  3  akten, 
von  Florido,  musik  von  Oscar  Straus. 
Berlin-Wilmersdorf,  1923.  7i,  [1] 
p.  8vo.  Regiebuch.  Text.  ©  Feb. 
17,  1923 ;  1  c.  May  29,  1930 ;  D  pub. 
8651 ;  Rondo-verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 507 


Tomorrow  and  tomorrow ;  a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  P.  Barry.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8931;  Philip  Barry 
and  Ellen  S.  Barry,  University  Club, 
1  W.  54th  St.,  New  York.  508 

Too  busy!  a  sketch,  by  C.  L.  Day. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8635 ; 
Curtiss  L.  Day,  Woodstock,  Vt.    509 

Too  much  Marion ;  a  comedy  battle  in 
3  rounds,  by  A.   E.   Gluckman.     © 

1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D  unpub.  9037; 
Arthur  Edward  Gluckman,  215  W. 
101st  St.,  New  York.  510 

Torch  song;  a  play  in  prologue  and  3 
acts,  by  Kenyon  Nicholson.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1930. 
5  p.  1.,  3-194  p.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  31t 
1930 ;  2  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  464 ; 
Kenyon  Nicholson,  New  York.     511 

Touring;  [a  1-act  play]  by  Beulah 
Brown.  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  1930. 
11  numb.  1.  inch  diagr.  4to.  © 
Nov.  29,  1930;  2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931; 
D  pub.  472;  F.  D.  Singler  play  co., 
New  York.  512 

Toussaint  Louverture ;  poeme  drama- 
tique  en  5  actes  et  en  vers,  par  A. 
De  Lamartine,  edited  with  introduc- 
tion, notes,  and  vocabulary,  by 
George  Raffalovich.  New  York, 
London  [1931]  xxiv,  174  p.  front, 
(port.)  plates,  map.  12mo.  (The 
Century  modern  language  series) 
©  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff.  Jan.  8 ; 
A  32658 ;  Century  co.,  New  York. 

512* 

Towne  Hall.  See  American  history  in 
masque  and  wig. 

Toymaker  (The)  ;  a  phantasy  in  4 
acts,  by  Odin  Gregory.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  8678;  Louise  G. 
Robinovitch,  Hotel  Brevoort,  5th 
Ave.  &  8th  St.,  New  York.  513 

Tree  (A)  in  the  park;  a  play  in  & 
acts,  by  V.  Caspary.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8740 ;  Vera  Caspary, 
25  W.  68th  St.,  New  York.  514 

Trip  (A)  with  Santa  Claus;  a  play  in 

2  acts,  by  M.  H.  Barrett.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8626 ;  Marion 
Hazel  Barrett,  The  Whiting,  Nashua, 
N.  H.  515 

Trois  mots  qui  manquaient ;  piece  en 

3  actes,  de  C.  Gevel.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9024;  Claude 
Gevel,  55,  Ave.  Bugeaud,  Paris.    516 


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538 


Troinbenik  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  I.  Lillian.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8990 ;  Isadore  Lillian,  223 
2d  Ave.,  New  York.  517 

Trumpets  ( The )  of  Jericho ;  an  Amer- 
ican comedy  drama  in  4  acts,  by  E. 
H.  Burgess.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9049;  Ernest  Henry  Bur- 
gess. 122  Melrose  Ave.,  Kenil worth, 
111.  518 

Truth  (The)  will  out;  a  satirical 
comedy,  in  3  acts,  with  prologue,  by 
M.  Boxer.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8613;  Moses  Boxer,  220 
Grant  Ave.,  San  Francisco.  519 

Tsar  Lenine;  piece  en  3  actes  et  un 
epilogue,  par  F.  Porche.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
23.  1931;  D  unpub.  9019;  Francois 
Porche,  46,  Rue  du  Bac,  Paris.     520 

Two  English  cavaliers ;  a  tale  of  ad- 
venture in  13  chapters,  by  W.  Ryder. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  27,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  8930 ; 
William  Ryder,  260  West  End  Ave., 
New  York.  521 

Two  kisses ;  a  drama  for  Memorial 
day,  by  D.  E.  Hanlon.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8609 ;  Daniel  Ed- 
ward Hanlon,  %  Edwin  Forrest 
Lodge  no.  2,  A.  O.  O.  F.,  226  W.  47th 
St.,  New  York.  522 

Two  minds  with  not  a  single  thought ; 
a  sketch,  by  B.  Leonard.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  8583;  Beat- 
rice Leonard,  42  W.  43d  St.,  New 
York.  523 

Two  seconds ;  a  play  in  21  scenes,  with 
prologue  and  epilogue,  by  E.  Lester. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8725 ; 
Elliott  Lester,  Serpentine  and  Par- 
dee Lanes,  Wyncote,  Pa.  524 

U-boat ;  a  play  by  J.  Wexley.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8818 ;  John 
Wexley,  Universal  pict.  Corp.,  Uni- 
versal City,  Calif.  525 

Under  a  bushel;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  L.  Walker.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8579;  Joy  Lina  Walker. 
2208  Wetherbee  St.,  Fort  Worth, 
Tex.  526 

Under  the  Big  Top ;  Episode  1,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  George  L.  Gruskin.  © 
1  c.  Dec.  17,  1930;  D  unpub.  8758; 
General  program  service,  520  N. 
Michigan  Ave.,  Chicago.  527 

Underground  (The)  castle;  a  play, 
by  J.  Horwath.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8960;  Joseph  Hor- 
wath,  6407   Sheridan   Ave.,   Detroit. 

528 


Union  square;  a  comedy  of  hope  in  2 
acts,  by  Richard  Maibaum.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8860 ;  Rich- 
ard Walter  Maibaum,  331  S.  John- 
son St.,  Iowa  City,  la.  529 

Vacuum  (The)  cleaner;  a  play  in  1 
act,  by  Mary  Cameron  [pseud,  of 
D.  Fletcher]  and  Dick  Harrity. 
©  1  c.  Sept.  22,  1930;  D  unpub. 
8231;  Dorothy  Fletcher,  45  W.  48th 
St.,  New  York.  530 

Vagabond  buddies ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Robert  Dumm.  pt.  5.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  8815;  Robert 
Dennis  Dumm,  Talmadge  Hill,  New 
Canaan,  Conn.  531 

pt.  6.    ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931 ; 

D  unpub.  8858 ;  Robert  Dennis 
Dumm,  Talmadge  Hill,  New  Canaan, 
Conn.  532 

Vallada.    See  Gallierin. 

Vendetta  (La)  di  Demostene ;  corn- 
media  in  3  atti  [di]  Ugo  Falena. 
Firenze,  G.  Barbera  editore,  1930. 
3  p.  1.,  9-167  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  30, 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub.  8787; 
Ugo  Falena,  Rome.  533 

Venetian  Winter;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  E.  Lawton.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8718;  Elizabeth  Lawton, 
125  Grassmere  Ave.,  Newton,  Mass. 

534 

Versailles;  schauspiel  in  5  akten,  von 
Emil  Ludwig.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-153  p. 
8vo.  ©  Dec.  6,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  13, 
1931;  D  pub.  8826;  Gustav  Kiepen- 
heuer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.  535 

Victorious  virtue.     See  Palace  plays. 

Vigilante ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  H.  L. 
Baum.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8590;  Harry  L.  Baum,  Re- 
public Building,  Denver.  536 

Viktoria  und  ihr  husar ;  operette  in 
3  akten  und  einem  vorspiel,  aus  dem 
ungarischen  des  Emmerich  Foldes, 
von  Alfred  Grunwald  und  Beda 
[pseud,  of  Fritz  Lohner]  musik  von 
Paul  Abraham.  Klavierauszug  zu 
2  handen  mit  singstimme  und  text. 
Berlin,  1930.  96  p.  fol.  ©  Sept. 
5,  1930 ;  1  c.  Nov.  10 ;  D  pub.  27925 ; 
Alrobi  musikverlag.  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 537 

Villain  (The)  still  pursued  her;  a  1- 
act  travesty,  by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  14,  1931;  D  unpub.  8722; 
Arthur  Denvir,  51  W.  82d  St.,  New 
York.  538 


29 


CATALOGUE   OF   COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


539 


pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Virgin  (The)  queen:  a  melodrama,  by 
A.  Grodsky.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  17,  1931*: 
D  unpub.  8811;  Aaron  Grodsky,  723 
E.   27th   St.,   Brooklyn.  539 

Virginie ;  coinedie  lyrique  en  3  actes, 
poeme  de  Henri  Duvernois,  musique 
de  Alfred  Bruneau.  La  partition 
chant  et  piano.  Paris  [1931]  3 
p.  1.,  276  p.  4to.  ©  Dec.  26.  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  pub.  27933; 
Heugel,  Paris.  540 

Paris,   1930.     89  p.     16mo. 

Livret.  ©  Dec.  26,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
27,  1931;  D  pub.  9053:  Heugel, 
Paris.  541 

Voice  (The)  of  guilt.  See  Scotland 
Yard.     no.  9. 

Vuelta  del  soldado ;  sketch  originel  de 
L.  Gonzalez.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  16.  1931: 
D  unpub.  27920:  Leo  Gonzalez,  233 
W.  21st  St.,  New  York.  542 

War  (The)  mother.  See  American 
history  in  masque  and  wig. 

Washed-up;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Ed- 
ward Costello.  Minneapolis.  Minn., 
1930.  3  p.  1.,  3-14  numb.  1.  inch 
diagr.  4to.  ©  Nov.  29,  1930:  2  c. 
Jan.  7,  1931;  D  pub.  473;  F.  D. 
Singler  paly  co.,  New  York.         543 

Wasser  (Das)  steigt !  horspiel  nach 
einer  wahren  begebenheit  [in  10 
szenen]  von  Geno  Ohlischlaeger. 
Berlin,  1930.  27  p.  8vo.  Manus- 
kript.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3.  1931;  D 
unpub.  8904 ;  S.  Fischer  verlag  a-g., 
Berlin.  544 

Way  (The)  men  are;  a  drama  in  3 
acts  and  epilogue,  by  J.  Erskine 
and  F.  Oursler.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8625 ;  John  Erskine, 
The  Juillard  school  of  music.  49  E. 
52d  St.,  and  Fulton  Oursler,  217 
W.  70th  St.,  New  York.  545 

Week  (A)  night;  a  drama  in  3  scenes, 
by  Baron  Brayne  [pseud  of]  V.  C. 
O'Brien.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  8670;  Vernon  C.  O'Brien. 
2387  Creston  Ave.,  New  York.     546 

Week-end  (The)  wife:  a  musical  com- 
edy, by  A.  Prendergast.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  8819;  Alice 
Mary  Prendergast.  136  N.  Western 
Ave.,   St.  Paul.  547 

Weisse  (Der)  skorpion :  komedie  in  4 
acts,  von  Hans  Doll.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8628 :  Hans  Teja 
Doll,  1230  Van  Buren  St.,  Milwau- 
kee. 548 

Well — that's  life ;  a  comedy  drama 
with  song  in  3  acts,  by  A.  Wilcomb. 


©  1  c.  Jan.  3,  1931;  D  unpub. 
27930;  Alpha  Wilcomb,  1240  14th 
St.,    San   Bernardino,   Calif.  549 

West  of  Westchester ;  a  play  by  L.  D. 
Hollister.  Act.  1.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9073;  Len  D.  Hol- 
lister, 130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

550 

Whangdoodle  (The)  calls;  a  child's 
fantasy  in  1  act,  by  Jonathan  Jim 
Slye  and  Jonathan  Jim  Slye  II 
[pseuds,  of  Rollin  Smith  and  E.  E. 
Smith]  Minneapolis,  Minn.,  1930. 
18  numb.  1.  incl.  diagr.  4to.  © 
Nov.  29,  1930;  2  c.  Jan.  7,  1931;  D 
pub.  475 ;  F.  D.  Singler  play  co., 
Minneapolis.  551 

What  a  family;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  R.  Ringgold.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23, 
1931;  D  unpub.  8918;  Minnie  Rein- 
hart  Ringgold,  Bellevue,  Shepherds- 
town,  W.  Va.  552 

What  never  dies ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
P.  Wilde.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  5.  1931;  D 
unpub.  8602;  Percival  Wilde,  Wilde- 
acre,  Main  St.,  Sharon,  Conn.        553 

What  to  do  !  What  to  do  !  See  Dixies 
circus. 

What  we  really  mean ;  a  comedy  in  4 
scenes  with  prologue,  by  M.  J. 
Valency.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  15,  1931:  D 
unpub.  8736;  Maurice  Jacques  Val- 
ency, 42  Union  Square.  New  York. 

554 

Which  was  the  subtle  one?  a  light 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  S.  France 
[pseud,  of  M.  F.  Allinson]  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  14,  1931;  D  unpub.  8854;  May 
Frances  Allinson,  59  Warwick  Rd., 
London.  555 

Why  Sciatica  stayed  at  home ;  a  1-act 
travesty,  by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
14.  1931;  D  unpub.  8721;  Arthur 
Denvir,  51  W.  82d  St.,  New  York. 

556 

Wicked  (The)  uncles.  See  Palace 
plays. 

Widow  (The)  is  a  virgin;  a  play  in 
2  acts,  by  H.  A.  Rosendale  and  R.  T. 
Kettering.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8966;  Henry  A.  Rosendale 
and  Ralph  Thomas  Kettering,  11  N. 
Clark  St.,  Chicago.  557 

Wild  (The)  waves;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  W.  F.  Manley.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  24, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8943 ;  William  Ford 
Manley.  Silvermine  Falls,  South 
Nor  walk,  Conn.  558 


30 


DEAMATIC   COMPOSITIONS 


no.  1, 1931 


572 


Will-o-the  Wisp;  a  musical  romance 
in  4  acts,  book  by  W.  H.  Duncan, 
lyrics  by  G.  C.  Evans.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  6,  1931 :  D  unpub.  8864  ;  William 
Henry  Duncan,  215  Montague  St., 
Brooklyn.  &  George  C.  Evans,  Bal- 
miere  Rd.,  Cranford.  N.  J.  559 

Wings  (The)  of  love;  a  fantasy  in  3 
acts,  by  E.  F.  Boulting.  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
22,  1930;  D  unpub.  8616;  Elsie 
Frances  Boulting,  40  Westholm, 
London.  560 

Wir  sind  alle  nur  menschen ;  schaus- 
piel  in  19  bildern,  von  E.  Klein.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  9013; 
Ernst  Klein,  Kalckreuthstr.  10,  Ber- 
lin. 561 

Without  a  woman ;  a  comedy  in  pro- 
logue, 2  acts  and  epilogue,  by  A.  E. 
Wolfson-Wolf .  ©  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8581 :  Arthur  E.  Wolfson- 
Wolf,  3722  Gidding  St.,  Chicago. 

562 

Wittekind  der  Sachsen-herzog ;  ein 
heimatspiel  [in  2  teilen]  von  Hein- 
rich  Romer.  Berlin,  1930'.  110  p. 
front.,  map.  16mo.  Als  manuskript 
vervielfaltigt.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  3.  1931; 
D  unpub.  8952 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des 
Verbandes  deutscher  biihnenschrift- 
steller  und  buhnenkomponisten, 
g.  m.  b.  h..  Berlin.  563 

Wolf   (The)   at  the  door;   [a  play  in] 

1  scene,  by  Grace  Dorcas  Ruthen- 
burg.  7  p.  illus.  obi.  32mo.  (Pup- 
pet plays,  [no.]  1)     ©  Dec.  15,  1930; 

2  c.  Jan.  14,  1931 ;  D  pub.  480 ;  Paul 
McPharlin,  Birmingham,  Mich.     564 

Wonders  (The)  of  thrift;  a  domestic 
dialogue,  by  L.  P.  Hager.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  2,  1931 :  D  unpub.  8572 ;  Louis 
P.  Hager,  289  Main  St.,  Waltham. 
Mass.  565 

Wozu  der  larm ;  komodie  in  3  akten 
[von]  Paul  Schurek.  Berlin.  1930. 
70    p.      8vo.      Manuskript.      ©    1    c. 


Jan.   13,    1931;    D    unpub.    8839;    S. 
Fischer  verlag  a-g.,  Berlin.  566 

You  can't  eat  it  too !  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  Wilson.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  8850;  Carey  Wilson,  220 
Hollywood  Western  Bldg.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  567 

Young  Washington  at  Mount  Vernon. 
See  George  Washington  plays. 

Yvonne;  operette  in  3  akten.  von  Au- 
gust Neidhart  u.  Artur  Rebner, 
musik  von  Hugo  Hirsch.  Berlin, 
1926.  62  p.,  1  1.  8vo.  Regiebuch. 
Text.  ©  Sept.  18,  1926;  1  c.  May. 
29,  1930 ;  D  pub.  8649 ;  Rondo-verlag, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  568 

Zaragueta ;  comedia  en  2  actos  y  en 
prosa.  original  de  Miguel  Ramos 
Carrion  y  Vital  Aza,  by  Josiah 
Combs  and  Margaretha  Ascher.  Ok- 
lahoma City,  1930.  5  p.  1.,  145  p. 
12mo.  ©  Dec.  13,  1930 ;  2  c.  Dec.  29 ; 
aff.  Dec.  23  ;  A  31854 ;  Harlow  pub. 
co.,  Oklahoma  City.  568* 

Zou ;  operette  en  3  actes,  de  Felix 
Gandera,  avec  Jean  Boyer  pour  les 
couplets,  musique  de  Joseph  Szulc. 
[Paris,  1930]  Various  pagings.  4to. 
Livret.  ©  Dec.  1,  1930;  1  c.  Dec. 
16;  D  pub.  8769;  Francis  Salabert, 
Paris.  569 


lyrics  de  Jean  Boyer.  musique 

cle  Joseph  Szulc.  Paris.  1930.  [9]- 
142  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  26,  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  27,  1931 ;  D  pub.  27935 ;  Francis 
Salabert,  Paris.  570 

6  filles  a  marier ;  operette  en  3  actes 
et  4  tableaux  de  Jean  Guitton,  lyrics 
cle  Rene  Pujol,  musique  de  Raoul 
Moretti.  Paris,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  2^102 
p.  4to.  Livret.  ©  Dec.  26,  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931;  D  pub.  9054; 
Francis  Salabert,  Paris  571 

25  Pit  Street ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  A.  Kronberg.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  8989 ;  Meyer  Arnold 
Kronberg.  403  New  Lots  Ave.,  Brook- 
lyn. 572 


Number  of  entries  included  in  part  1,  group  3,  of  the  catalogue  since  Jan.  1, 
1931 : 

Class  D,  Dramatic  compositions  (including  509  unpublished  and  other 

1-copy  entries) 540 

Class  D,   Dramatico-musical   compositions    (including  22   unpublished 
and  other  1-copy  entries) 32 

Total 572 


31 


TITLES  OF  DRAMAS  OF  WHICH  THE  SUBSISTING  COPYRIGHT  HAS 
BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
1909  [572 


Bride's  (A)  confession.  See  No  wed- 
ding bells  for  her. 

Evil  (The)  men  do;  a  melodrama  in 
5  acts,  by  Theodor  Kremer.  © 
Junior  Straussman,  601  Asbury 
Ave.,  Asbury  Park,  N.  J.,  as  the 
executor.     R  12171,  Jan.  8,  1931.     1 

No  wedding  bells  for  her ;  or,  A  bride's 
confession,    a    comedy   drama    in   4 


acts,  by  Theodor  Kremer.  ©  Junior 
Straussman,  601  Asbury  Ave.,  As- 
bury Park,  N.  J.,  as  the  executor. 
R.  12172,  Jan.  8,  1931.  2 

Woman  (The)  who  did;  a  melodrama, 
by  Theodor  Kremer.  ©  Junior 
Straussman,  601  Asbury  Ave.,  As- 
bury Park.  N.  J.,  as  the  executor. 
R  12173,  Jan.  8,  1931.  3 


32 


CLASSES  L  AND  M 
MOTION  PICTURES 


Ace  of  spades;  directed  by  Dave 
Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  16,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  20;  M 
2241 ;  Paramount  publix  Corp.,  New 
York.  573 

Adios.    See  Lash  (The). 

Angles  of  angling;  by  Jack  Eaton. 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  28,  1930 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  14,  1931;  M  2228; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

574 

Anything  but  ham;  story  by  David 
Freedman,  directed  by  Mort  Blum- 
enstock.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  23.  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  26 ;  L  1921 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

575 

Army-Navy  football  game  Yankee 
stadium,  N.  Y.,  Dec.  13,  1930.  Reel. 
©  Dec.  27,  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  7,  1931;  M  2203;  Francis 
C.  Wood,  jr.,  New  York.  576 

Aviator   (The).     See  Going  wild. 

Baby  beavers;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  2,  1931 ;  M  2188  ;  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester, 
N.  Y.  577 

Babylon  to  Jerusalem.  2  reels.  © 
Dec.  1,  1930;  2  c.  Dec.  15;  descrip- 
tion Jan.  20,  1931;  M  2247;  Frater- 
nal productions,  inc.,  Salt  Lake 
City.  578 

Bachelor  (The)  father;  from  the  play 
by  Edward  Childs  Carpenter,  screen 
play  by  Laurence  E.  Johnson.  10 
reels.  ©  Jan.  12,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  12;  L  1880;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  579 

Baited  (The)  trap.  See  Spell  of  the 
circus. 

Believe  it  or  not;  no.  1148.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2219;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  580 

Big  (The)  dog  house;  directed  by 
Jules  White  and  Zion  Myers,  2  reels. 


©  Jan.  19,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  19;  L  1895;  Metro^Gold- 
wyn-Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New 
York.  581 

Big  (The)  fight;  by  Milton  Hervert 
Gropper  and  Max  Marcin,  from  the 
David  Belasco  and  Sam  H.  Harris 
stage  success,  continuity  and  screen 
adaptation  by  Walter  Woods,  di- 
rected by  Walter  Lang.  7  reels.  © 
Dec.  27,  1930;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  L  1857 ;  Sono  art  world 
wide  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.     582 

Big  (The)  splash;  story  by  Walton 
Butterfield,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine. 
2  reels.  ©  Jan.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  20;  L  1905;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.     583 

Birthday  (The)  party.  Reel.  ©  Jan. 
10,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
13;  M  2224;  Walt  Disney  produc- 
tions, ltd.,  Hollywood,  Calif.         584 

Black  waters ;  by  John  Willard,  di- 
rected by  Marshall  Neilan.  8  reels. 
©  Dec.  22,  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Dec.  22;  1  c.  Dec.  30;  L  1828; 
Sono  art  world  wide  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  585 

Blue  (The)  angel;  from  a  novel  by 
Heinrich  Mann,  adapted  by  Carl 
Zuckmayer,  Karl  Vollmoller  and 
Robert  Liebmann,  directed  by  Josef 
von  Sternberg.  10  reels.  ©  Jan.  2, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  5 ; 
L  1855;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  586 

Bluffer  (The)  ;  story  and  dialogue  by 
John  A.  Waldron,  Arthur  Ripley, 
Walter  Weems  and  Jack  Jevne. 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  17,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  20,  1931;  L  1901; 
Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio  City, 
Calif.  587 

By  the  beautiful  sea ;  by  Max  Flei- 
scher, directed  by  Dave  Fleischer. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  26;  M  2248;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.     588 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Call  of  the  Rockies;  directed  by  Ray- 
mond K.  Johnston.  8  reels.  ©  Jan. 
9,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  12 ; 
L  1876;  L.  E.  Goetz,  Chicago.      589 

Captain  Applejack ;  based  on  the  stage 
play  by  Walter  Hackett,  screen 
play  &  dialogue  by  Maude  Fulton, 
directed  by  Hobart  Henley.  7  reels. 
©  Jan.  12,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  14 ;  L  1891 ;  Warner  bros. 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  590 

Charley's  aunt;  from  the  play  by 
Brandon  Thomas,  screen  adaptation 
by  F.  McGrew  Willis,  directed  by 
Al  Christie.  9  reels.  ©  Dec.  24, 
1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  2, 
1931;  L  1848;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,   New   York.  591 

China.  (Walter  Lantz  Bill  Nolan  car- 
toon) Reel.  ©  Jan.  15,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  16;  M  2231; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

592 

Chop  suey ;  by  Frank  Moser  and  Paul 
Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  29,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  20,  1931;  L 
1899 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  593 

•Cimarron ;  original  story  by  Edna  Fer- 
ber,  adaptation,  dialogue  and  con- 
tinuity by  Howard  Eastabrook,  di- 
rected by  Wesley  Ruggles.  13  reels. 
©  Dec.  31,  1930;,  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  28,  1931 ;  L  1930 ;  R  K  O 
radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    594 

College.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  27,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  28 ;  M  2259 ; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

595 

Command  (The)  performance;  from 
the  story  by  C.  Stafford  Dickens, 
directed  by  Walter  Lang.  8  reels. 
©  Jan.  24,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  31;  de- 
scription Jan.  30;  L  1936;  Tiffany 
productions,  inc.,  New  York.         596 

Criminal  (The)  code;  from  the  stage 
play  by  Martin  Flavin,  adaptation 
and  added  dialogue  by  Fred  Niblo, 
jr.  and  Seton  I.  Miller,  directed  by 
Howard  Hawks.  10  reels.  ©  Jan. 
15,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
16 ;  L  1894 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  597 

Curiosities  C-216.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  3, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  22 ; 
M  2246 ;  W.  A.  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

598 

Depths  (The)  of  doom.  See  Finger 
prints. 


Devil  (The)  to  pay;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  Frederick  Lonsdale, 
adapted  for  the  screen  by  Benjamin 
Glazer,  director  George  Fitzmaurice. 
8  reels.  ©  Jan.  14,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  14 ;  L  1888 ;  Samuel 
Goldwyn,  New  York.  599 

Discovered ;  story  by  William  K. 
Wells,  directed  by  Mort  Blumen- 
stock.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  16,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  20 ;  L  1907 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

600 

Don't  give  up;  story  by  Jimmy  Starr 
and  Neal  Burns,  directed  by  William 
Watson.  2  reels.  ©  Dec.  18,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  3,  1931; 
L  1847 ;  Educational  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  601 

Dutch  treat ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  19,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  23,  1931; 
L  1913;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  602 

East  (An)  Indian  island;  by  George 
W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  2,  1931 ; 
M  2186 ;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  603 

Educational  film  service.  See  Sys- 
tematizing your  business. 

Energy  from  sunlight;  by  George  W. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  M 
2185 ;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  604 

Envy  ;  no.  1125.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  5,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  9 ;  M  2209 ; 
Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York.         605 

Expensive  kisses ;  story  by  Bert  Levy, 
directed  by  William  Watson.  2 
reels.  ©  Dec.  17,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  9,  1931;  L  1875; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  606 

Fair  warning;  based  on  the  novel  The 
Untamed  by  Max  Brand,  scenario 
by  Ernest  Pascal,  directed  by  Alfred 
E.  Werker.  7  reels.  ©  Dec.  25, 
1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  21, 
1931;  L  1909;  Fox  film  corp.,  New 
York.  607 

Fatal  (A)  wedding.  See  Spell  of  the 
circus. 

Fighting  thru ;  story  by  John  Francis 
Natteford,  directed  by  William 
Nigh.  7  reels.  ©  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  13;  L  1883; 
Tiffany  productions,  inc.,  New  York. 

608 


34 


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629 


Finger  (The)  of  fate.  See  Finger 
prints. 

Finger  prints :  story  and  continuity  by 
George  Morgan,  George  H.  Plymp- 
ton  and  Basil  Dickey,  directed  by 
Ray  Taylor.  2  reels  each.  ©  Uni- 
versal pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

009-614 

Chapter  3.  Toll  of  the  sea  !  ©  Jan. 
2,  1931 :  2  c.  Dec.  27,  1930 :  descrip- 
tion Jan.  3.  1931 ;  L  1849. 
Chapter  4.  The  Sinister  shadow.  © 
Jan.  6.  1931 :  2  c.  Jan.  6 :  descrip- 
tion Jan.  T;  L  1868. 

Chapter  5.  The  Plunge  of  peril.  © 
Jan.  20.  1931:  2  c.  Jan.  20;  de- 
scription Jan.  21 ;  L  1908. 

Chapter  6.  The  Finger  of  fate.  © 
Jan.  21,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  20;  de- 
scription Jan.  22;  L  1911. 

Chapter  7.  The  Depths  of  doom.  © 
Jan.  27.  1931 :  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  28 ;  L  1931. 

Chapter  8.  The  Thundering  terror! 
©  Jan.  27.  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  28 ;  L  1932. 

Fire  making;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  2,  1931 ;  M  2184  :  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester. 
N.  Y.  615 

Fire  safety  ;  by  George  W.  Hoke.  Reel. 
©  Sept.  25.  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  2.  1931 :  M  2183 ;  Eastman 
teaching  films,  inc..  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

616 

Framed.     See  Leather  (The)  pushers. 

French  fried;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  22,  1930  ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  26,  1931 ; 
L  1926 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc..  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  617 

French  (The)  line;  story  by  Rube 
Welch,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  26;  L  1923;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.     618 

French  (The)  of  Sacha  Guitry.  See 
Sleeping  partners. 

Fried  chicken ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  27,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  26,  1931; 
L  1925 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  619 

From  the  Bahamas  to  Jamaica ;  by 
George  W.  Hoke.     Reel.     ©  Oct.  8, 


1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  2, 
1931;  M  2187;  Eastman  teaching 
films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.         620 

Gang  (The)  buster;  story  by  Percy 
Heath,  dialogue  by  Joseph  L.  Man- 
kiewicz.  directed  by  A.  Edward 
Southland.  7  reels.  ©  Jan.  16, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  20 ; 
L  1904;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  621 

Giovanni  Martinelli  in  The  Ship's  con- 
cert;  no.  1162.  (Martinelli,  no.  1) 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  5.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  15  ;  M  2230 ;  Vitaphone 
corp..  New  York.  622 

Go  ahead  and  eat ;  dialogue  staged  by 
Max  E.  Hayes,  directed  by  Ray  Co- 
zine. Reel.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  5 ;  L  1852 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

623 

Going  wild :  based  on  the  Aviator  by 
James  Montgomery,  adaptation  and 
dialogue  by  Humphrey  Pearson,  con- 
tinuity by  Henry  McCarty.  7  reels. 
©  Dec.  27.  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  20.  1931 ;  L  1897 ;  First  na- 
tional pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    624 

Golf  nuts:  by  Frank  Moser  and  Paul 
Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  26,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  29,  1931;  L 
1933 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long  Is- 
land City,  N.  Y.  625 

Great  Divide.     See  Woman  hungry. 

Help  wanted,  female ;  story  by  Mauri 
Grashin,  screen  play  by  Paul  Ge- 
rard Smith,  directed  by  Ralph  Ceder. 
2  reels.  ©  Jan.  11,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  14;  L  1890;  Pathe 
exchange,  inc.,  New  York.  626 

Hollywood  (A)  theme  song;  directed 
by  William  Beaudine.  2  reels.  © 
Dec.  26.  1930:  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  8,  1931 ;  L  1871 ;  Mack  Sennett, 
inc..  Studio  City,  Calif.  627 

Illicit ;  based  on  the  play  with  Edith 
Fitzgerald  &  Rob't  Riskin,  screen 
adaptation  by  Harvey  Thew,  di- 
rected by  Archie  Mayo.  8  reels.  © 
Jan.  21,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  26 :  L  1924 ;  Warner  bros.  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  628 

In  old  Mazuma ;  continuity  and  dia- 
logue by  Hampton  Del  Ruth,  di- 
rected by  Nat  Ross.  2  reels.  ©  Jan. 
7,  1931 :  2  c.  Jan.  5 ;  description  Jan. 
8 ;  L  1869 :  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  629 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Induced  currents ;  by  George  W.  Hoke, 
Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  2,  1931 ;  M  2182 ;  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester, 
N.  Y.  630 

Irish  stew ;  by  Frank  Moser  and  Paul 
Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  24,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  26,  1931 ;  L 
1927 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long  Is- 
land City,  N.  Y.  631 

It  might  be  worse ;  story  by  Edwin 
Burke,  directed  by  Norman  Taurog. 
2  reels.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  5  ;  L  1853  ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  632 

Jumping  beans;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  24,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  29,  1931 ; 
L  1934 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  633 

Kane  meets  Abel.  See  Leather  push- 
ers. 

King  (The)  of  bugs;  by  John  Foster 
and  Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  Dec. 
21,  1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
5,  1931;  M  2192;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  634 

Kismet ;  based  on  the  play  by  Edward 
Knoblock,  screen  version  by  Howard 
Estabrook.  10  reels.  ©  Dec.  28, 
1930 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  12, 
1931;  L  1877;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  635 

Lady  (The)  killer.  See  Leather  (The) 
pushers. 

No.  1140.    Reel.     ©  Jan.  5,  1931 ; 

2  c.  and  description  Jan.  9 ;  M  2214 : 
Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York.         636 

Lash  (The)  ;  based  on  the  story 
Adios  by  Lanier  Bartlett  and  Vir- 
ginia Stivers  Bartlett,  screen  ver- 
sion and  additional  dialogue  by 
Bradley  King.  A  Frank  Lloyd  pro- 
duction. 9  reels.  ©  Dec.  28,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  21,  1931 ; 
L  1910 ;  First  national  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  637 

Last  but  not  leased ;  no.  1141.  Reel. 
©  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9 ;  M  2215 ;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  638 

Last  (The)  straw;  no.  1142.  Reel. 
©  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2216;  Vitaphone  corp.. 
New  York.  639 

Leather  (The)  pushers;  story  by  H. 
C.  Witwer.  directed  by  Albert  Kel- 
ley.  2  reels  each.  ©  Universal  pic- 
tures  corp.,    New   York.  640-642 


Chapter  7,  Framed !  Screen  play 
continuity  and  dialogue  by  Ralph 
Ceder  and  Harry  Fraser.  ©  Jan. 
6,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  6;  description 
Jan.  7;  L  1867. 

Chapter  8,  The  Lady  killer,  screen 
play  by  Douglas  Z.  Doty.  ©  Jan. 
19 ;  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  19 ;  description 
Jan.  20;  L  1902, 

Chapter  9;  Kane  meets  Abel.  © 
Jan.  26,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  27;  L  1929. 

Lion  (The)  and  the  lamb;  from  the 
novel  by  E.  Phillips  Oppenheim, 
adaptation  and  dialogue  by  Matt. 
Taylor,  directed  by  George  B.  Seitz. 
8  reels.  ©  Jan.  10,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  13;  L  1884;  Colum- 
bia pictures  corp.,  New  York.       643 

Little  Caesar ;  novel  by  W.  R.  Burnett, 
screen  version  and  dialogue  by 
Francis  Edwards  Faragoh,  continu- 
ity by  Robert  N.  Lee,  directed  by 
Mervyn  LeRoy.  8  reels.  ©  Dec. 
29,  1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
22,  1931 ;  L  1912 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  644 

Lone  (The)  star  stranger;  written  by 
William  K.  Wells,  directed  by  Eddie 
Buzzell.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  6.  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  9 ;  L  1873 ; 
Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

645 

Love  fever ;  dialog  by  H.  M.  Walker, 
direction  by  Robert  McGowan.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  7;  L  1864:  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp.. 
New  York.  646 

Magnetic  effects  of  electricity :  by 
George  W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Oct.  4, 
1930 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  2, 
1931;  M  2180;  Eastman  teaching 
films,  inc.,  Rochester.  N.  Y.  647 

Maid  to  order;  no.  1144.  Reel,  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9 :  M  2217 ;  Vitaphone,  corp., 
New  York.  648 

Make  up  your  mind ;  story  by  Walton 
Butterfield,  directed  by  Howard 
Bretherton.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  9.  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  13 ;  L  1886 : 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

649 

Mars ;  directed  by  Walter  Lantz  and 
William  Nolan.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  6 ;  description  Jan. 
7 ;  M  2200  ;  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  650 

Martinelli.      See   Giovanni    Martinelli. 


36 


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670 


Mickey's  bargain ;  story  by  E.  V.  Dur- 
ling,  directed  by  Albert  Herman.  2 
reels.  ©  Dec.  15,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  8,  1931;  L  1870; 
Standard  cinema  corp..   New  York. 

651 

Middle  (The)  watch ;  by  Ian  Hay  & 
Stephen  King-Hall,  scenario  by  Nor- 
man Walker  &  Frank  Launder,  di- 
rected by  Norman  Walker.  11  reels. 
©  Dec.  19.  1930;  1  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  5,  1931;  L  1850;  British 
international  pictures  (America) 
inc.,  New  York.  652 

Midnight  daddies;  story  and  dialogue 
by  John  A.  Waldron,  Earle  Rodney, 
Hampton  Del  Ruth  and  Harry  Mc- 
Coy, directed  by  Mack  Sennett.  6 
reels.  ©  Dec.  27,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  5,  1931 ;  L  1856 ;  Sono 
art  world  wide  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  653 

Mr.  &  Mrs.  Jack  Norworth  in,  The 
Naggers  go  rooting;  no.  1154.  Reel. 
©  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2222;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  654 

The    Naggers'  day    of    rest ;    no. 

1139.     Reel.     ©  Jan.   5,  1931;   2  c. 

and    description  Jan.    9 ;    M    2213 ; 

Vitaphone  Corp.,  New  York.         655 

Models  in  motion  for  free  hand  draw- 
ing; by  George  W.  Hoke.  Reel. 
©  Sept.  6,  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  2.  1931 ;  M  2181 ;  Eastman 
teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

656 

Mothers  cry ;  from  the  novel  by  Helen 
Grace  Carlisle,  adaptation  and  addi- 
tional dialogue  by  Lenora  J.  Coffee, 
directed  by  Hobart  Henley.  8  reels. 
©  Dec.  28,  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Jan.  12,  1931;  L  1879;  First 
national  pictures,  inc.,  New  York. 

657 

My  harem ;  directed  by  Stephen  Rob- 
erts. 2  reels.  ©  Dec.  11,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  9,  1931 ;  L  1874  ; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  658 

Naughty  (The)  flirt;  screen  adapta- 
tion by  Richard  Weil  and  Earl 
Baldwin,  directed  by  Edward  Cline. 
7  reels.  ©  Dec.  30,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  12,  1931;  L  1878; 
First  national  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  659 

New  moon ;  book  and  lyrics  by  Oscar 
Hammerstein  2nd,  Frank  Mandel 
<»nd    Laurence    Schwab,    adaptation 


by  Sylvia  Thalberg  and  Frank 
Butler,  directed  by  Jack  Conway. 
9  reels.  ©  Jan.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  5;  L  1860;  Metro- 
Gold  wyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  660 

Next  door  neighbors ;  story  by  and 
directed  by  Harry  Sweet,  adapted 
by  George  Green.  2  reels.  ©  Jan. 
15,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
15;  L  1893;  Pathe  exchange,  inc., 
New  York.  661 

No  limit ;  from  a  story  by  George 
Marion,  jr.,  directed  by  Frank 
Tuttle.  8  reels.  ©  Jan.  23,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  26 ;  L  1922 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

662 

On  the  job;  no.  1150.  Reel.  ©  Jan. 
5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan. 
9;  M  2220;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New 
York.  663 

Once  a  sinner ;  story,  screen  play  and 
dialogue  by  George  Middleton,  di- 
rected by  Guthrie  McClintic.  8 
reels.  ©  Dec.  11,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  8,  1931;  L  1872; 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.  664 

One  way  out;  no.  1153.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2221;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  665 

Opening  night;  no.  1138.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9 ;  M  2212 :  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  666 

Our  nagging  wives ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Harry  McCoy  and  Jimmy  Starr, 
directed  by  Arvid  E.  Gillstrom.  2 
reels.  ©  Dec.  12,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  13,  1931;  L  1882; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  667 

Overland  to  California ;  by  George  W. 

.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Oct.  8,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  2,  1931;  M 
2179;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  668 

Painted  (The)  desert;  story  by  Tom 
Buckingham  and  Howard  Higgin, 
directed  by  Howard  Higgin.  8 
reels.  ©  Jan.  12,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  19;  L  1896;  Pathe 
exchange,  inc.,  New  York.  669 

Painter  (The)  ;  no.  1137.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2211;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  670 


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Paramount  sound  news ;  no.  34,  36-42. 

1  reel  each.  ©  Nov.  26,  Dec.  3,  6, 
10,  13.  17,  20,  24,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  each  Jan.  26.  1931;  M 
2251-2258;  Paramount  publix  corp.. 
New  York.  671-678 

Pa  the  audio  review ;  edited  by  Terry 
Ramsaye.  1  reel  each.  ©  Pathe 
exchange,  inc.,  New  York.  679-684 
No.   1.     ©  Dec.  28.  1930;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  19.  1931 ;  M  2239. 
No.   2.     ©   Jan.   4,   1931;   2  c.   and 

description  Jan.  26 ;  M  2250. 
No.  3.     ©  Jan.  11.   1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  14;  M  2226. 
No.  4.     ©  Jan.  17,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  28;   M  2260. 
No.  49.     ©  Nov.  30,  1930;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  14.  1931 ;  M  2225. 
No.  52.     ©  Dec.  21.  1930;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  5,  1931;  M  2194. 

Pathe  sound  news ;  edited  by  Terry 
Ramsaye  &  Ray  Hall.  1  reel  each. 
©  Pathe  exchange,  inc..  New  York. 

685-696 
No.  1.     ©  Dec.  20,  1930:  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  5,  1931;  M  2197. 
No.  2,  4.     ©  Dec.  24,  31,  1930;  2  c. 

and  description  each  Jan.  8,  1931 ; 

M  2205,  2206. 
No.  3.     ©  Dec.  28,  1930;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  6,  1931 ;  M  2199. 
No.   5.     ©   Jan.   4,   1931:   2   c.   and 

description  Jan.  19;  M  2238. 
No.  6,  7.     ©  Jan.  7,  10,  1931;  2  c. 

and  description  each  Jan.  21 ;  M 

2242,  2243. 
No.  8.     ©  Jan.  14.   1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  22;  M  2245. 
No.  9.     ©  Jan.  17,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  28;  M  2261. 
No.  10.     ©  Jan.  21,  1931:  2  c.  and 

description  Jan.  29 ;  M  2263. 
No.  103,  104.     ©  Dec.  13,  17,  1930; 

2  c.  and  description  each  Jan.  5, 

1931 ;  M  2195,  2196. 

Pigskin  capers ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.    Reel.    ©  Dec.  28.  1930 ; 

2  c.  and  description  Jan.  20,  1931 ; 
L  1900;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  697 

Playful  Pan.  (Silly  symphony)  Reel. 
©  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  5  ;  M  2191 ;  Walt  Disney  produc- 
tions, ltd.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  698 

Please  go  'way  and  let  me  sleep ; 
story  by  Max  Fleischer,  directed  by 
Dave   Fleischer.     Reel.     ©  Jan.   9, 


1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  13 ; 
M  2223;  Paramount  publix  corp.. 
New  York.  699 

Plunge  (The)  of  peril.  See  Finger 
prints. 

Presenting  the  new'  1931  Willys- six 
model  98-D;  film  no.  143,  by  Ray- 
mond J.  Faller.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  17 ;  description  Jan. 
16;  M  2233;  Willys-Overland  inc., 
Toledo.  700 

Pulling  a  bone;  directed  by  Howard 
Brether ton.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  10,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  13 ;  L  1885 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

701 

Queen's  (The)  husband.  See  Royal 
bed. 

Racket  cheers ;  directed  by  Mack  Sen- 
nett.  2  reels.  ©  Dec.  30,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  L  1858 ; 
Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio  City, 
Calif.  702 

Red  Riding  Hood ;  by  John  Foster  and 
Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  18, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  21; 
M  2244;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  703 

Reducing;  dialogue  continuity  by  Wil- 
lard  Mack  and  Beatrice  Banyard, 
additional  dialogue  by  Robert  E. 
Hopkins  and  Zelda  Sears,  directed 
by  Charles  F.  Riesner.  8  reels.  © 
Jan.  12,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  12;  L  1881;  Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

704 

Resurrection ;  by  Count  Leo  Tolstoy, 
screen  play  and  dialogue  by  Finis 
Fox,  directed  by  Edwin  Carew.  8 
reels.  ©  Jan.  19,  1931;  2  c.  Jan. 
23;  description  Jan.  20;  L  1918; 
Universal  pictures  Corp.,  New  York. 

705 

Rough  and  tumble ;  by  Jack  Eaton. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  25,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  29;  M  2262;  Pathe 
exchange,  inc.,  New  York.  706 

Rough  idea  of  love;  directed  by  Mack 
Sennett.  2  reels.  ©  Dec.  28,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  27,  1931 ; 
L  1928;  Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio 
City,  Calif.  707 

Royal  (The)  bed;  from  the  play  The 
Queen's  husband  by  Robert  Emmet 
Sherwood,  screen  play  by  J.  Walter 
Ruben,  directed  by  Lowell  Sherman. 
8  reels.     ©  Dec.  25,  1930;  2  c.  and 


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729 


description  Jan.  14,  1931;  L  1887; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  708 

Salt  water  tuffy ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  16,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  23,  1931 ; 
L  1914;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  709 

Scotch  highball:  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  16,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  23,  1931 ; 
L  1915 ;  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long 
Island  City,  N.  Y.  710 

Sea  goin'  sheiks ;  story  by  Wallace 
Fox.  Bobby  Carney  and  Si  Wills, 
directed  by  Wallace  Fox.  2  reels. 
©  Jan.  4,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  5 ;  L  1861 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc., 
New  York.  711 

Second  (The)  honeymoon;  story  by 
Ruby  M.  Ayres,  screen  play  by  Harry 
O.  Hovt.  directed  by  Phil  Rosen.  6 
reels.  ©  Aug.  25,  1930:  2  c.  Jan. 
24, 1931 ;  description  Jan.  21 ;  L  1920 ; 
Continental  talking  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  712 

Seein'  injuns ;  story  by  Paul  Gerard 
Smith,  directed  by  Ralph  Ceder.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  15,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Jan.  15  ;  L  1892  ;  Pathe  ex- 
change, inc.,  New  York.  713 

Sinister  (The)  shadow.  See  Finger 
prints. 

Sit  tight ;  screen  story  and  adaptation 
by  Rex  Taylor,  directed  by  Lloyd 
Bacon.  9  reels.  ©  Jan.  23.  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  29 ;  L  1935 ; 
Warner  bros.  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  714 

Sitting  pretty;  no.  1107.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2208;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  715 

Sleeping  partners ;  written  &  produced 
by  Seymour  Hicks  from  The  French 
of  Sacha  Guitry.  7  reels.  ©  Dec. 
11,  1930 ;  1  c.  and  description  Jan. 
5,  1931;  L  1851;  British  interna- 
tional pictures  (America)  inc.,  New 
York.  716 

Some  friendly  birds;  by  George  W. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Aug.  20,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  M 
2178;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  717 

Spell  of  the  circus :  story  and  conti- 
nuity by  Ian  McClosky  Heath,  di- 
rected by  Robert  F.  Hill.  2  reels 
each.  ©  Universal  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  718-721 


Chapter    6,    A    Fatal    wedding.      © 

Jan.  6.  1931;  2  c.  Dec.  22,  1930; 

description  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  L  1865. 
Chapter  7,  A  Villian  unmasked.     © 

Jan.  6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 

Jan.  7;  L  1866. 
Chapter  S,  The  Baited  trap.    ©  Jan. 

19,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  19  ;  description 

Jan.  20;  L  1903. 
Chapter  9,  The  Terror  tent.    ©  Jan. 

21,  1931 :  2  c.  Jan.  23 ;  description 

Jan.  22  ;  L  1917. 

Spirt  (The)  of  the  Sho-Gun ;  by  Alfred 
Mannon.  (No.  18  of  Vagabond  ad- 
venture series)  Reel.  ©  Dec.  28, 
1930;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  26, 
1931;  M  2249:  Pathe  exchange,  inc., 
New  York.  722 

Stateroom  19;  story  by  McLain  Gates,, 
directed  by  Ray  Cozine.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  20;  L  1906;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  723 

Strange   as   it    seems;    by   John   Hix. 

1  reel  each.  ©  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  724,  725 
No.  5.     ©  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  5 ; 

description  Jan.  3  ;  L  1862. 
No.  6.    ©  Jan.  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  22  ;. 
description  Jan.  24 ;  L  1919. 

Systematizing  your  business.  (Volume 
19  of  Educational  film  service) 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  31.  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  6,  1931;  M  2198; 
Life  insurance  sales  research  bu- 
reau, Hartford.  726 

Take  your  medicine ;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  John  A.  Waldron.  Earle 
Rodney,  Walter  Weems,  Jack  Jevne 
and  William  Dugan.  directed  by  Ed- 
die Cline.    2  reels.    ©  Dec.  29,  1930 ; 

2  c.  and  description  Jan.  23,  1931 ; 
L  1916:  Mack  Sennett,  inc..  Studio 
City,  Calif.  727 

Talk  (The)  of  Hollywood;  story  by 
Nat.  Carr  and  Mark  Sandrich,  dia- 
logue by  Darby  Aaronson,  directed 
by  Mark  Sandrich.  7  reels.  ©  Dec. 
20,  1930 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  7, 
1931 :  L  1863 ;  Sono  art  world  wide 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  728 

Terror  (The)  tent.  See  Spell  of  the 
circus. 

Their  wives'  vacation ;  continuity  and 
adaptation  by  John  Lockert  and 
George  Coogan,  written  and  directed 
by  Stephen  Roberts.  2  reels.  © 
Dec.  26,  1930;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  14,  1931;  L  1889;  Educational 
film  exchanges,  inc..  New  York.     729 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Thundering  (The)  terror.  See  Finger 
prints. 

Toll  of  the  sea.    See  Finger  prints. 

Tom  Thumb's  down;  no.  1105.  Reel. 
©  Dec.  9,  1930 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9,  1931;  M  2207;  Vitaphone 
Corp.,  New  York.  730 

Tons  of  trouble;  written  and  directed 
by  Walton  Butterfield.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  2,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  5;  L  1854;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  731 

Toy  town  (A)  tale;  by  John  Foster 
and  Mannie  Davis.  Reel.  ©  Jan. 
4,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  5 ; 
M  2193;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  732 

Turning  a  new  page  in  Willys-Over- 
land history;  film  no.  142,  by  Ray- 
mond J.  Faller.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Jan.  17 ;  description  Jan. 
16;  M  2232;  Willys-Overland,  inc., 
Toledo.  733 

Undercover.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  11,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  14 ;  M  2227  ; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

734 

Universal  newspaper  newsreel.  1  reel 
each.  ©  Universal  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  735-745 

No.   92,   93.      ©   Nov.   14,   18,   1930; 
2  c.  each  Dec.  31 ;  description  each 
Dec.  27;  M  2189,  2190. 
No.  94.     ©  Nov.  21,  1930 ;  2  c.  Jan. 
8,    1931;    description    Jan.    9;    M 
2204. 
No.   95,    96.     ©    Nov.   25,    28,    1930; 
2  c.  each  Jan.  7,  1931 ;  description 
each  Jan.  3 ;  M  2201,  2202. 
No.  97,  98.     ©  Dec.  2,  5,  1930 ;  2  c. 
each  Jan.  19,  1931;  each  descrip- 
tion Jan.  8 ;  M  2234,  2235. 
No.   99,   100.     ©   Dec.   9,   12,   1930; 
2  c.  and  description  each  Jan.  19, 
1931 ;  M  2236,  2237. 


No.  101,  102.  ©  Dec.  16,  19,  1930; 
2  c.  each  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  description 
each  Jan.  27 ;  M  2265,  2266. 

Untamed   (The).     See  Fair  warning. 

Up  a  tree ;  story  and  direction  by  Wil- 
liam Goodrich,  continuity  and  dia- 
logue by  Harry  McCoy  and  Jimmy 
Starr.  2  reels.  ©  Dec.  27,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  5,  1931; 
L  1859;  Educational  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  746 

Vagabond  adventure  series.  See  Spirit 
(The)  of  the  Sho-Gun.— WTizardland. 


Villain   (A)   unmasked, 
the  circus. 


See  S^ell  of 


Voice  (The)  of  Hollywood;  no.  25. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  22,  1931;  2  c.  Jan. 
31;  description  Jan.  30;  M  2264; 
Tec-art  studios,  inc.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  747 

Watch  (The)  dog;  no.  1145.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2218;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  748 

Wedding  bills;  no.  1130.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Jan.  9;  M  2210;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  749 

Wizardland;  by  Alfred  Mannon.  (No. 
17  of  Vagabond  adventure  series) 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  14,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  15,  1931;  M  2229; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

750 

Woman  hungry;  from  the  play  Great 
Divide  by  William  Vaughn  Moody, 
screen  version  by  Howard  Esta- 
brook,  directed  by  Clarence  Badger. 
8  reels.  ©  Dec.  29,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Jan.  20,  1931;  L  1898; 
First  national  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  751 

Wonder  (The)  trail.  ©  title,  descrip- 
tion and  7  prints  reed.  Jan.  19, 
1931 ;  M  2240 ;  Ralph  Clifton  Wildes, 
Haverhill,  Mass.  752 


Number  of  entries  in  classes  L  and  M   included  in   the  catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931 : 

Motion-picture  photoplays 91 

Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays 89 

Total 180 


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No.  2 


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THE   Catalogue   of   Copyright   Entries  is   published   in   four   parts.    Part   1, 
Group   3,   issued  monthly,   contains   titles   of  Dramatic   compositions   and 
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Class  "  D,"  Dramatic  compositions  and  dramatico-musical  compositions,  arranged 
alphabetically  by  title;  Class  "  L,"  Motion-picture  photoplays;  and  Class  "  M," 
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DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 


A  la  mode :  a  review  skit,  by  J.  Green. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  14.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9270 ; 
Jacquelyn  Green,  149  E.  37th  St., 
New  York.  753 

Abraham  Lincoln :  a  play  [in  5  acts] 
by  Clarence  M.  Gallup.  [1931]  25. 
[1]  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  12.  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  18:  D  pub.  566;  Clarence  M. 
Gallup.   Providence.  754 

Actress  (An)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  adapt- 
ed from  the  Russian  of  Voznesensky, 
by  X.  N.  Selivanova.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9175;  Nina  Nikol- 
aevna  Selivanova,  5  Charles  St., 
New  York.  755 

Adventures  (The)  of  Dot  and  David; 
episode  no.  1,  a  radio  sketch  by  F. 
Brandt  and  Ruth  Landry  [i.  e.  R.  L. 
Cowan]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9451 ;  Frances  Brandt,  28 
E.  10th  St.,  New  York.  &  Ruth  Lan- 
dry Cowan,  6  S.  Seaman  Ave.,  Bald- 
win, L.  I.,  N.  Y.  756 

Aeneas  and  Creusa :  a  tragedy  in  5 
acts,  by  H.  H.  Taylor.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
6.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9171 ;  Harold  Hoyt 
Taylor,  2855  Rose  Ave.,  Altadena, 
Calif.  757 

Affairs  (The)  Annie  told;  a  sketch,  by 
D.  Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9293;  Daniel  Kusell,  156 
W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  758 

Against  nature ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  B.  Orwig.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9486;  Clara  B.  Or- 
wig. 2182  Fairfield  Ave.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  759 

Age  (The)  of  discretion.  See  Life  de- 
mands, and  other  plays. 

Alaska  bar ;  a  play  by  D.  Oppenheim. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9237 ; 
Dave  Oppenheim,  170  W.  74th  St., 
New   York.  760 

All  in  fun ;  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  B.  Buchanan 
music  by  Jarrett  Hill.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  27948 ;  Barry  Bu- 
chanan, 22  E.  38th   St.,  New  York. 

761 


Always  believe  the  worst ;  a  snappy 
farce  in  3  acts,  by  J.  D.  Stevens. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931 :  D  unpub.  9480  ; 
John  Dana  Stevens.  317  W.  56th  St., 
New  York.  762 

American  (The)  club,  McGregor  and 
Cohn  organizers ;  a  series  of  char- 
acter sketches,  in  3  parts,  by  D.  Aar- 
onson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9163;  Darby  Aaronson,  31  Bennett 
Ave.,  New  York.  763 

American  nights :  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  C.  Goodwin.  ©"  1  c.  Feb.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9205;  Harry  C. 
Goodwin,  70  Exchange  St.,  Roches- 
ter, N.  Y.  764 

Amphitryon ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
L.  Ranson,  adapted  from  the  French 
of  Jean  Giraudoux.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9333;  Ernita 
Lascelles  Ranson,  1  29th  St.,  Beech- 
hurst,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.  765 

Angel  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
M.  Hicks.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18.  1931; 
D  unpub.  9327 :  Ami  Mali  Hicks,  141 
E.  17th  St.,  New  York.  766 

Anonymous;  a  play  in  1  act.  by  E. 
Lawton.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9126 ;  Elizabeth  Lawton, 
Grasseuere,  Newton,  Mass.  767 

Antony  and  Cleopatra ;  a  skit,  by  L. 
Steedman.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9200;  Louise  Steedman, 
Hotel  Wellington,  55th  St.  &  7th 
Ave.,  New  York.  768 

Appeal  to  mothers ;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  J.  Roller.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9302 ;  John  Roller,  301  N. 
Perry  St.,  Johnstown,  N.  Y.         769 

Arch  (The)  of  triumph;  a  pageant 
for  commencement,  by  Walter  L. 
Bissell.  Cleveland,  O.  [1931]  26 
p.  front,  (port.)  12mo.  ©  Feb. 
28,  1931  2  c.  Feb.  27:  D  pub.  577; 
Walter  L.  Bissell.  Cleveland  Heights, 
O.  770 

Architect  (The)  :  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  W.  G.  Crump.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9492;  William  G. 
Crump,  Box  637  Oklahoma  City.    771 


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Arms  and  the  maid ;  a  musical  play 
in  3  acts,  adapted  by  H.  B.  Smith, 
from  Hotel  stadt  Lemberg,  by  Ernest 
Neubach.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  26, 
1930;  D  unpub.  8120;  Harry  B. 
Smith,  319  W.  107th  St.,  New  York. 

772 

Around  the  clock  to  music ;  by  Louise 
Travous.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930. 
9  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  15,  1930 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  503 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  773 

Art  for  art's  sake ;  a  farce  in  3  acts, 
by  V.  R.  Saigol.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9118 ;  Vivian  Roy  Saigol, 
Inglecroft,  Beckenham,  Kent,  Eng- 
land. 774 

Atossa — Aryan  song ;  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  B.  Marone.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9180;  Florence 
Brooks  Marone,  11  W.  51st  St., 
New  York.  775 

Auctioned  (The)  kiss;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Schwartz.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9433;  Annette 
Schwartz,  Mac  Gregor  Arms,  St. 
George,  S.  I.,  N.  Y.  776 

Aunt  Het ;  by  Wayne  Sanderson 
[pseud,  of  L.  N.  Graham]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9273 ;  Leslie 
Nihla  Graham,  c/o  Vickers,  1226  W. 
84th  PL,  Los  Angeles.  777 

Baccanti  (Le)     See  Tragedie. 

Back  of  the  headlines;  no.  3.  The 
giver,  a  sketch,  by  F.  T.  Berkeley- 
Boone.  ©  1  c  Feb.  14,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9272;  Forrest  T.  Berkeley- 
Boone,  43  W.  52d  St.,  New  York. 

778 

Backyard  follies;  by  Murray,  Trivers 
&  Oakland.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9154 ;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry 
Trivers  &  Ben  Oakland,  146  W.  12th 
St.,  New  York.  779 

Bad  eggs ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Gates.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9323;  Eleanor  Gates,  43  W. 
32d  St.,  New  York.  780 

Bakchantinnen  (Die)  ;  oper  in  2  akten 
von  Egon  Wellesz.  op.  44.  Nach 
dem  drama  des  Euripides  frei  fur 
die  opernbuhne  gestaltet.  [Text- 
buch]  Berlin  [1931]  51  p.  fac- 
sim.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  15,  1931;  1  c. 
Feb.  20;  D  pub.  9429;  Ed.  Bote  & 
G.  Bock,  Berlin.  781 

Balthazar;  piece  en  3  actes,  par  L. 
Marchand.     ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931;  D 


unpub.  9266;  Leopold  Marchand,  96 
Blvd.  de  la  Tour-Maubourg,  Paris. 

782 

Bank  (The)  robbery;  a  playlet,  by  H. 
B.  Mason.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9362;  Homer  B.  Mason, 
R.  F.  D.  33,  Southport,  Conn.       783 

Be  ruthless;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  T. 
Dalton.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9283 ;  Test  Dalton,  359  Front 
St.,  New  York.  784 

Beauties  (The)  and  the  beast.  See 
Five  pantomimes. 

Beaver  wit  and  wisdom.  See  Won- 
ders of  the  wild. 

Belle  (La)  amour!  piece  en  3  actes, 
par  L.  Marchand.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9265;  Leopold  Mar- 
chand, Paris.  785 

Ben  Hur;  adapted  for  radio  by  W.  F. 
Manley.  (American  school  of  the 
air.  Mar.  4,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9442;  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  786 

Betsy ;  a  farce  in  1  act,  by  F.  Gabriel- 
son.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9460;  Frank  Gabrielson,  632  S.  6th 
Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  787 

Better  jails ;  or,  When  better  jails  are 
built  we'll  fill  'em ;  a  sketch,  by  C.  L. 
Ryland.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9415;  Charles  LeRoy  Ryland, 
110  Lincoln  Ave.,  Mineola,  N.  Y. 

788 

Bettsville  (The)  banner;  no.  1,  a  radio 
sketch  by  Ellis  Parker  Butler.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  9103: 
Radio  authors,  inc.,  120  W.  42d  St., 
New  York.  789 

Betty  Blight's  style  show ;  a  1-act  play, 
by  William  W.  Adair.  Franklin,  O., 
1930.  13  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  27, 
1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 ;  D  pub.  530 ; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc.. 
FraDklin,  O.  790 

Big  (The)  leaguer;  a  play  in  3  acts. 
by  E.  L.  Cuneo.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9372:  Ernest  L. 
Cuneo,  278  W.  11th  St.,  New  York. 

791 

Bill  Courtnay  U.  S.  A.  See  First 
(The)  nighter. 

Bimba  (La)  delle  Stelle;  fiaba-scenica 
in  un  prologo  e  3  atti  di  L.  Teodoro, 
(da  un  racconto  di  Laura  Okely- 
Romiti)  commenti  musicali  di  Doro- 
tea  Beloch.     Roma,   II   Suggeritore, 


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no.  2, 1931 


813 


1931-IX.  30,  [3],  15  p.  4to.  © 
Oct.  30,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D 
pub.  27945 ;  Dorotea  Beloch,  Rome. 

792 

Birth  (The)  of  Venus;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  t'r.  and  adapted  from  an  old 
French  play,  by  A.  De  Milt.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9474;  Aida 
Rodman  De  Milt,  430  E.  57th  St., 
New  York.  793 

Birthday ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  L. 
Johns.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9479;  Mary  Lillias  Johns,  292 
State  St.,  Brooklyn.  794 

Black  jasmin ;  an  operetta  in  3  acts, 
by  Lula  B.  Rossner.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  14,  1931;  D  unpub.  9274;  Lula 
Barbara  Rossner,  243  Mt.  Hope  PL, 
New  York.  795 

Black  (The)  rails;  dialogues  1,  3,  7, 
9,  10,  by  J.  C.  Jackson.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9366;  John 
Christian  Jackson.  Box  495  Port 
Arthur,  Tex.  796 

Blades ;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by  H.  H. 
Stringham.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9108;  H.  Hoilingsworth 
Stringham,  410  E.  Tremont  Ave., 
New  York.  797 

Blood  (The)  stream;  a  tragedy  in  4 
acts,  by  F.  Schlick.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9254;  Frederick 
Schlick,  1347  E.  29th  St.,  Portland. 
Or.  793 

Blue  circle;  a  mystery  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Eiseman.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9299  ;  Mort  Eiseman, 
Alamac  Hotel,  71st  &  Broadway. 
New  York.  799 

Bluebeard.     See  Five  pantomimes. 

Bluebonnet  Sue;  a  musical  comedy 
book  in  3  acts,  by  M.  M.  Jackson. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9412 ;  Marie  Mohle  Jackson.  409 
Union  Court,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.       800 

Bobby ;  operetta  in  3  acts,  by  Clair 
Johnson  [i.  e.  C.  W.  Johnson]  © 
1  c.  Feb  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  27956; 
Clair  Whitney  Johnson,  Beaver, 
Utah.  801 

Bobby  and  Betty  Grumble ;  a  2-act 
Christmas  play,  by  Ella  Tunnel. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  24  p. 
12mo.  ©  July  15,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  504;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

802 


Boomer  (The)  moves  on;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  R.  V.  Brown.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9363 ;  Cros- 
ley  radio  corp.,  Cincinnati.  803 

Border  (The)  nation;  a  play,  by  J. 
Horwath.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9208;  Joseph  Horwath,  6407 
Sheridan  Ave.,  Detroit.  804 

Borrowed  (The)  suitcase;  a  short  2- 
act  college  comedy,  by  Lettie  C.  Van 
Derveer.  Franklin  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  15  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  8,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  496 ;  Eld- 
ridge entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  805 

Boss  (The)  of  Powderhorn ;  a  3-act 
comedy  drama,  by  Walter  F. 
Swanker.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  127  p.  diagr.  12mo.  © 
Sept.  21,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  546 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  806 

Bowery  nights ;  Episodes  1,  2,  a  radio 
continuity  by  PI.  G.  Cool.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9436 ;  Henri 
George  Cool,  223  W.  11th  St.,  New 
York.  807 

Boy  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Har- 
old Gaze.  ©  i  c.  Feb.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9324;  Harold  Gould  Ivan 
Gaze,  ISO  S.  Madison  Ave.,  Pasa- 
dena. 808 

Brigham  Young  and  the  pioneers;  a 
play  in  4  acts,  by  A.  C.  Sorensen. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9225 ; 
Andrew  C.  Sorensen,  3349  Whittier 
Blvd.,  Los  Angeles.  809 

Broadway  butterfly ;  a  stage  play  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  Burke.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9080 ;  Harry  Burke, 
204  X.  Valencia  St.,  Alhambra,  Calif. 

810 

Broken  threads ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  F.  Abbott.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9240 ;  Charles  Frankel  Ab- 
bott, 108  Green  St.,  Reading,  Mass. 

811 

Brother's  (A)  diary;  a  dramatic  com- 
position in  3  acts,  by  H.  E.  Stout. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9453 ; 
Harrison  E.  Stout,  6454  S.  Whipple 
St.,  Chicago.  812 

Bud,  the  dog  that  came  back;  no.  1, 
a  radio  sketch  by  Albert  Payson 
Terhune.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9105 ;  Radio  authors,  inc., 
120  W.  42d  St.,  New  York.  813 


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Buffalo  Bill;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton.  (American  school  of  the 
air,  Feb.  16,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9220;  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  814 

Building  the  Temple ;  a  symbolic  play 
in  3  parts,  by  J.  W.  Norwood.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9465; 
John  W.  Norwood,  4707  Connecticut 
Ave.,  Washington.  815 

By  Jupiter ;  a  farce  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  Dumont  and  M.  Oatman.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9320; 
Carolyn  Dumont,  353  W.  57th  St., 
and  Marta  Oatman,  222  W.  59th  St., 
New  York.  816 

By  their  speech  shall  ye  know  them ; 
or,  Twenty  years  after,  a  sketch  in 
3  scenes,  by  I.  R.  Broder.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9112 ;  I.  Rob- 
ert Broder,  62  W.  48th  St.,  New 
York.  817 

Cafe  Americaine ;  a  play  in  2  acts, 
adapted  from  Die  Wunderbahr,  by 
G.  Jessel.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9352;  George  Jessel,  c/o 
Hotel  Dorset,  30  W.  54th  St.,  New 
York.  818 

Calico  wedding;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  S.  Gibney.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9295;  Sheridan  Gibney,  5 
E.  9th  St.,  New  York.  819 

Ca'line  and  Ezra ;  a  radio  continuity 
in  3  parts,  by  H.  T.  Yenni.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9215 ;  Hallie 
Truitt  Yenni,  666  E.  233d  St.,  New 
York.  820 

Caravan;  a  play  by  E.  J.  Clapham. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9389;  Emilia  Joyaux  Clapham,  901 
Grizzly  Peak  Blvd.,  Berkeley,  Calif. 

821 

Cash  'n  carry ;  a  comedy  sketch  by 
J.  A.  Baircl.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9385;  Julia  A.  Baird,  Rest 
Home,  Redondo  Beach,  Calif.       822 

Castello  nel  bosco ;  azione  coreografica 
in  1  quadro,  di  Arturo  Rossato 
[musica  di]  Franco  Casavola,  ridu- 
zione  per  pianoforte  di  Guido  Zuc- 
coli.  Milano,  1931.  3  p.  1.,  66  p. 
illus.  4to.  ©  Jan.  8,  1931;  1  c. 
Jan.  9;  D  pub.  27941;  G.  Ricordi 
&  co.,  Milan.  823 

• per    la     musica     di     Franco 


Casavola.  Milano,  1931.  16  p. 
illus.  12mo.  Text.  ©  Jan.  5,  1931 ; 
1  c.  Jan.  8;  D  pub.  9120;  G.  Ricordi 
&  co.,  Milan.  824 


Caught;  a  light  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  Melincoff.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9490;  Maurice  Melincoff, 
1108  E.  111th  St.,  Cleveland.         825 

Cedar  (The)  chest  mystery;  a  2-act 
play,  by  George  M.  York  [pseud,  of 
Georgia  M.  York]  Franklin,  O., 
1930.  19  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  July 
12,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
522;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  826 

Chains  of  prejudice;  a  melodrama  in 
3  acts,  by  J.  J.  Ingerlid.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9411 ;  Joseph 
Jay  Ingerlid,  2147  Honeywell  Ave., 
Bronx,  New  York.  827 

Charis  series;  no.  1,  a  radio  sketch  by 
Ruth  Borden.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9437;  Charis  Corp.,  730 
Linden  St.,  Allentown,  Pa.  828 

Charlie  Melson's  screen  test;  a  sketch 
by  C.  Melson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9111;  Charles  Melson,  % 
Victoria  Hotel,  51st  St.,  &  7th  Ave., 
New  York.  829 

Chief's  (The)  Thanksgiving  invita- 
tion; a  play  in  1  act,  by  Faunie 
Mullvain  Nelson.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver,  1930.  9  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept. 
15,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
510 ;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  830 

Chienne  (La)  ;  piece  en  3  actes  et  14 
tableaux,  tiree  du  roman  de  Georges 
de  la  Fouchardiere,  par  A.  Mouezy- 
Eon.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9098;  Andre  Mouezy-Eon,  8,  Cite 
Malesherbes,  Paris.  831 

Child  of  the  sun ;  an  audible  screen- 
play, by  B.  W.  Plummer.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9347; 
Bergen  W.  Plummer,  217  E.  Broad- 
way, Alton,  111.  832 

Child's  (A)  devotion.  See  Cursed  by 
his  thirst. 

Children's  (The)  victory;  a  song  play, 
bv  Berta  Elsmith.  [New  York, 
1931]  37  p.  diagr.  fol.  ©  Feb.  19, 
1931;  2  c.  Feb.  25;  D  pub.  27961; 
Elsmith  music  laboratory,  inc.,  New 
York.  833 

Chimes  (The)  ring  in ;  in  3  short  acts, 
by  Gail  White  [pseud,  of  Gertrude 
Ida  Thomas]  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  21  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  20,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub.  497; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  834 


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849 


Chinook ;  an  American  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Ga  Na  Verigun  [pseud,  of  F.  Ga 
Nay  Verigun]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9318;  Frank  Ga  Nay 
Verigun,  4316  48th  St.,  Long  Island 
City,  N.  Y.  835 

Chivaree  (The)  See  Death  Valley 
days. 

Christmas  at  the  Old  Lady's  shoe;  a 
plav,  by  Kathleen  Reed  Coontz. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver.  1930.  12  p. 
12mo.  ©  July  31,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  517  ;  Eldridge  enter- 
tainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

836 

Christmas  (The)  image;  a  Christmas 
plav  and  pageant,  by  Marguerite 
Kreger  Phillips.  Franklin,  O..  1930. 
18  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  3,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  514 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc..  Franklin, 
O.  837 

Christmas  on  Piney  Ridge;  a  play  in 
1  act,  by  George  M.  York  [pseud,  of 
Georgia  M.  York]  Franklin.  O., 
Denver,  1930.  21  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  Aug.  7,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  498 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  838 

Christmas  (The)  spirit  of  Swift  Deer; 
a  1-act  play,  by  Marguerite  Kreger 
Phillips.  Franklin.  O.,  Denver,  1930. 
20  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  11,  1930 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  513 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  839 

Christmas  (A)  that  was  different;  by 
Lena  Prather  Martin.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver,  1930.  34  p.  12mo.  © 
Sept.  2,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D 
pub.  509 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  840 

Cinderella  at  home :  by  Edith  Selter. 
Franklin,  O.,  1930.  20  p.  12mo.  © 
July  31,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  536 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  841 

Cinderella's  brothers ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Ebenhack.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9431 ;  Arthur  Eben- 
hack, 50  Vanderbilt  Ave..  New  York. 

842 

Cleopatra-Caesar  (The)  affair;  a 
comedy  in  1  act,  by  M.  Nicholson.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  9198; 
Malcolm  Nicholson,  7026  Parnell 
Ave.,  Chicago.  843 

Clock  (The)  ;  a  musical  play  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  Knoblock  and  G.  Grossmith. 
Text.      ©    1    c.    Feb.    12,    1931;    D 


unpub.  9455;  Edward  Knoblock,  11 
Montagu  PL,  Portman  Square,  Lon- 
don, &  George  Grossmith,  Strand 
Theatre,  London.  844 

Coffee  and  asperin ;  a  sketch,  by  E.  C. 
Davis.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931;  D 
rmpub.  9247;  Edward  C.  Davis,  743 
9th  Ave.,  New  York.  '     845 

Coiffeur  pour  dames ;  comedie  en  3 
actes  et  6  tableaux  [de]  Paul 
Armont  [pseud,  of  Dimitry  Petroco- 
chino]  et  Marcel  Gerbidon.  Paris, 
Librairie  theatrale,  1930.  178  p.  1  1. 
12mo.  ©  Dec.  27,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
30,  1931 ;  D  pub.  9093  ;  Louis  Sitquel, 
Paris.  846 

Collected  (The)  works  of  Bernard 
Shaw.  Ayot  St.  Lawrence  ed.  Plays, 
[v.]  vii,  ix-xv,  xviii.  New  York, 
Wm,  H.  Wise  &  co.,  1930.  9v.  front., 
ports.  8vo.  Contents :  vii.  Plays, 
pleasant  and  unpleasant,  ix.  The 
devil's  disciple. — Caesar  and  Cleo- 
patra.— Captain  Brassbound's  con- 
version.— x.  Man  and  superman. — 
xi.  John  Bull's  other  island.  How 
he  lied  to  her  husband.  Major  Bar- 
bara.— xii.  The  doctor's  dilemma. 
Getting  married.  The  shewing-up  of 
Blanco  Posnet. — xiii.  Misalliance. 
The  dark  lady  of  the  sonnets. 
Fanny's  first  play. — xiv.  Androcles 
and  the  lion. — Overruled.  Pygma- 
lion.— xv.  Heartbreak  house.  Great 
Catherine.  Playlets  of  the  war. — 
xviii.  Translations  and  tomfooleries. 
vii,  ix,  xv,  xviii,  ©  Dec.  26,  1930; 
x-xiv,  ©  Dec.  10 ;  2  c.  each  Dec.  30 ; 
affs.  Jan.  15,  1931;  A  33197-33205; 
George  Bernard  Shaw,  London.  © 
new  prefaces,  changes  in  text,  illus- 
trations] 846* 

Colored  (The)  boxing  match;  a  short 
black-face  burlesque,  by  Wm.  Young- 
quist.  Franklin,  O.  Denver,  1930. 
8  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  26,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub.  529;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  847 

Comedy  of  marriage;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Cemen  Usehkeveech,  tr.  by  E. 
Leontovich  and  L.  Toretzka.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9365; 
Eugene  Leontovich,  120  W.  105th  St., 
and  Ludmilla  Toretzka,  154  E.  64th 
St.,  New  York.  848 

Commodore  Perry  opens  the  door  to 
Japan;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton.  (American  school  of  the 
air,  Feb.  9,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Dec.  16, 
1930;  D  unpub.  9185;  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  849 


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Cork,  Ireland.  See  Peggy  O'Neil's 
musical  pictures. 

Corner  (The)  drug  store;  Episodes  1- 
3.  radio  continuity,  by  H.  G.  Cool. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9435 ; 
Henri  George  Cool,  223  W.  11th  St., 
New  York.  850 

Cost  (The)  of  smiles;  by  Alta  Toepp. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  43  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  20',  1930 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  507 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 

0.  851 

Cote  d'azur ;  comedie  en  3  actes,  de  A. 
Birabeau  and  G.  Dolley.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9384  ;  Andre  Bira- 
beau, 78,  Blvd.  des  Batignolles,  & 
Georges  Dolley,  18,  Place  Charles- 
Fillion,  Paris.  852 

Cradle  crusaders ;  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by 
Verne  Jay.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9259 ;  Verne  Roosevelt  Jay, 
521  W.  112th  St.,  New  York.  853 

Crave  (The)  for  wisdom  ;  a  4-act  play, 
by  M.  Levine.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9466;  Morris  Levine,  2165 
11th  Court  S.,  Birmingham,  Ala. 

854 

Crime  (Un)  a  ete  commis ;  ou,  Derni- 
ere  edition  speciale,  piece  en  3  actes, 
de  S.  Tery.  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9099;  Simone  Tery,  45,  Ave. 
Bosquet,  Paris.  855 

Crime  (The)  of  Mr.  Crayle.  See  Scot- 
land yard. 

Croakers  (The)  ;  a  sketch,  by  D. 
Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9291;  Daniel  Kusell,  156  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  856 

Cross-roads  (The)  ;  or,  Youth  faces 
its  problems  [a  play  in  3  acts]  by 
James  A  Verburg.     [1930]    33  numb. 

1.  4to.  ©  Dec.  26,  1930;  2  c.  Jan. 
29,  1931 ;  D  pub.  565 ;  James  A.  Ver- 
burg, Columbus,  O.  857 

Cursed  by  his  thirst ;  or,  A  child's  de- 
votion ;  a  travesty  in  1  act  on  Ten 
nights  in  a  bar  room,  by  A.  Denvir. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9284 ; 
Arthur  Denvir,  51  W.  82d  St..  New 
York.  858 

Custer's  last  stand ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
H.  F.  Carlton.  (American  school  of 
the  air,  Mar.  9,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Dec. 
16,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9186 ;  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  859 

Daddy  and  the  baby;  an  exaggerated 
character  study,  by  J.  T.  Edwards. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9148 ; 


Jack  T.  Edwards,  226  W.  50th  St., 
New  York.  860 

Dance  (The)  of  the  red,  red  rose;  a 
1-act  sketch,  by  Ethelyn  Sexton. 
Franklin.  O.,  1930.  11  p.  12mo.  © 
Aug.  20,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  521;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  861 

Danton ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  P.  Meri- 
vale.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9395;  Philip  Merivale,  Gramercy 
Park  Hotel,  52  Gramercy  Park,  N., 
New  York.  862 

Daring  daughters ;  a  play  [in  1  act]  by 
Grace  Kinyon.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  15  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  8,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  539 ;  Eld- 
ridge entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  863 

Daughter  (The)  of  Diamond  Lil ;  a 
melo-drama  in  3  acts,  by  A.  Leitz- 
bach.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9140;  Adeline  Leitzbach,  2552  Uni- 
versity Ave.,  New  York.  864 

David  'n'  Sarah ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
Thomas  Wenning.  no.  1.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9101 ;  Radio 
authors,  inc.,  120  W.  42d  St.,  New 
York.  865 

no.  2.     The  mosquito  smoke 

screen.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9102;  Dadio  authors,  inc.,  120 
W.  42d  St.,  New  York.  866 

Day  (A)  off  at  the  Old  Ladies'  Home; 
a  1-act  play,  by  Helen  Waite  Munro. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  16  p. 
12mo.  ©  Aug.  19,  1930 ;  2;  c.  Feb.  11, 
1931;  D  pub.  527;  Eldridge  enter- 
tainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

867 

Dear  (The)  old  public;  a  comedy,  by 
Jack  McGowan  [i.  e.  J.  McGowan] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9305 ; 
John  McGowan,  Laura  Hill  Farm, 
Bethel,  Conn.  868 

Death  Valley  days;  a  radio  sketch  by 
McCann.  Erickson,  inc.  Feb.  3,  1931 
continuity.  The  Jayhawkers'  re- 
union. ©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9121 ;  Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New 
York.  869 

Feb.     10,     1931     continuity. 


The  chivaree.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9245;  Pacific  coast  borax 
co.,  New  York.  870 

Feb.     17,     1931     continuity. 


Jim  and  me  found  Tonopah.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9367  ;  Pacific 
coast  borax  co.,  New  York.  871 


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891 


Feb.     24,     1931     continuity. 

The  20  mule  team's  first  trip.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  28,  1931 :  D  unpub.  9482;  Pacific 
(cast  borax  co.,  New  York.  872 

Derniere  edition  speciale.  See  Crime 
(Un)   a  ete  commis. 

Dessous  (Les)  de  la  robe;  piece  en  3 
actes  et  4  tableaux,  de  P.  Veber,  A. 
Madis,  et  G.  Quinson.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
30.  1931;  D  unpub.  9097;  Pierre 
Veber.  137.  Blvd.  Malesherbes,  Alex- 
andre Madis.  35  bis.  Rue  Jouffroy, 
Paris.  &  Gustave  Quinson,  8.  Ave. 
Pozzo  di  Borgo,  St.-Cloud  (S.  &  O.) 
France.  873 

Derails  and  blanks:  a  comedy  dra- 
matic play  in  1  act.  by  G.  O.  Leggott. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  2.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9082 : 
George  Oliver  Leggott,  929  S.  3d 
Ave..  Kankakee.  111.  874 

Devil-god  (The)  ;  an  exotic  drama  in 
3  acts,  by  R.  E.  Larkiu.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
17.  1931:  D  unpub.  9301:  Robert 
Emmet  Larkin.  118  W.  104th  St.. 
New  York.  875 

Discord  in  A  fiat ;  a  musical  satire,  by 
Murray,  Trivers  &  Oakland.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9151 : 
J.  P.  Murray.  Barry  Trivers  &  Ben 
Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St.,  New  York. 


Dizzv  (A)  knight:  a  farce  comedy  in 
1  act.  bv  S.  Phillips.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
27.  1931;  D  unpub.  9461;  Stanley 
Phillips.  415  S.  Nevada  Ave..  Colo- 
rado Springs.  877 

Doctor  Cook's  prescriptions  of  1930 ; 
blackouts  for  revolving'  stage  presen- 
tation, by  Doctor  Cook  [i.  e.  R.  R. 
Cook]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9107;  Ralph  Rittmann  Cook.  140  W. 
49th  St.,  New  York.  878 

Doctoring  up  old  Daddy  World ;  by 
Ficrence  F.  Smith.  Franklin,  O.. 
Denver.  1930.  16  p.  illus.  12mo. 
©  July  24.  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 : 
D  pub.  558 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc..  Franklin,  O.  879 

Doctor's  (The)  dilemma;  an  improve- 
ment on  Bernard  Shaw,  by  S.  L. 
Bloom.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27.  1931;  D 
unpub.  9468 :  Seymour  L.  Bloom,  510 
W.  110th  St.,  New  York.  880 

Dolly  Madison ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
H.  F.  Carlton.  (American  school  of 
the  air.  U.  S.  history.  Jan.  19.  1931) 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9218  ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 

881 


Don't  fall  in  love;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  Reahan  and  D.  Speare.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  31.  1931:  D  unpub.  0250; 
Charljes  Beahan,  1235  Park  Ave., 
New  York,  and  Dorothy  Speare.  61 
Montvale  Rd.,  Newton  Centre.  Mass. 

882 

Don't  grow  old;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  N.  Allen.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931 :  D 
unpub.  9325:  Aline  Neff  Allen.  1015 
Auditorium  Bldg.,  431  S.  Wabash 
Ave.,  Chicago.  883 

Dormitory  daze ;  a  comedy,  by  J.  Hen- 
ley. ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9286:  Jack  Henley.  1560  Broadway. 
New  York.  884 

Drogue  (La)  :  piece  dramatique  en  2 
actes  [de]  Rene  Berton.  Paris,  Li- 
brairie  theatrale,  1930.  87  p.  12mo. 
©  Dec.  27.  1930 :  1  c.  Jan.  30.  1931 ; 
D  nub.  9094:  Louis  Stiquel.  Paris. 

885 

Duchessa  (La)  di  Hollywood:  oper- 
etta in  3  atti  di  Carlo  Lombardo  e 
Virgilio  Ranzato.  Milano.  1930.  131 
p.  fol.  ©  Oct.  10.  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
30.  1931;  D  pub.  27946;  Carlo  Lom- 
bardo, Milan.  886 

East  Lynne  gone  west ;  or,  Virtue  tri- 
iumphant  even  unto  death ;  a  play  in 
2  acts,  by  B.  S.  Bruestle.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9423  :  Beau- 
mont Schrader  Bruestle,  416  Cherry 
Lane,  Merwood,  Pa.  887 

Edison  and  the  electric  light :  a  radio 
sketch  by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (American 
school  of  the  air.  Mar.  16.  1931)  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9441; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon.  N.  Y. 

888 

Eighteenth  (The)  commandment;  a 
serious  comedy  in  3  acts,  and  a  pro- 
logue, by  L.  M.  Smith.  Rev.  ed.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  9255; 
Lelia  May  Smith,  Phillips  High 
school,  Birmingham.  Ala.  889 

Elettra.    See  Tragedie  (Le). 

Elf  (The)  and  the  Christmas  candles; 
a  play,  by  M.  T.  Johnson.  Frank- 
lin, O..  Denver.  1930.  14  p.  12mo. 
©  July  17,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 : 
D  pub.  511 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  890 

Empire;  a  play  in  6  scenes,  by  R. 
Welty.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9444;  Ruth  Welty,  713  19th 
St.,  N.  W.,  Washington.  891 

Erste   (Die)  beste.    See  Scotch  love. 


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Escapades  of  Dick  and  Merril  Brown; 
programs  nos.  1-12,  by  W.  I.  Brewer. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9322 ; 
William  Irwin  Brewer,  23  W.  Cro- 
sier St.,  Akron,  O.  892 

Ev'ry  rose  will  remind  me  of  you; 
short  talking  picture,  by  R.  Roberts. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9317 ; 
Ralph  Roberts,  163  W.  76th  St.,  New 
York.  893 

Everybody  happy?  a  1-act  comedy,  by 
Helen  Kerr.  Franklin,  O.  [1930] 
27  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  2,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  541 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  894 

Everybody  lies ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
K.  H.  Taylor.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9089 ;  Katharine  Haviland- 
Taylor,  1409  E.  Market  St.,  York, 
Pa.  895 

Exit;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  H.  B. 
Wright,  from  the  novel  of  the  same 
title.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9209;  Harold  Bell  Wright,  Tucson, 
Ariz.  896 

Exodus  (The)  ;  a  negro  drama  in  3 
acts,  with  three  songs,  by  Lucy  M. 
Turner.  East  St.  Louis,  111.  [1931] 
25  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  1,  1931;  2  c. 
Jan.  26;  D  pub.  27955;  Lucy  M. 
Turner,  East   St.   Louis,  111.         897 

Extra  service;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  J.  Hopkins.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9130;  George  James  Hop- 
kins, 760  S.  Orange  Grove  Ave., 
Pasadena.  898 

Facing  the  beyond ;  a  drama  in  4  acts, 
by  Vernon  Milton  Blum.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9359;  Ver- 
non M.  Blum,  115  Shaler  St.,  Pitts- 
burgh. 899 

Fameux  (Le)  couple;  comedie  en  3 
actes,  par  Alfred  Savoir  [pseud,  of 
A.  Poznanski]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9263;  Alfred  Poznanski, 
Hotel  Mercedes,  Paris.  900 

Fate  (The)  of  Slim  Lou;  a  shadow 
play,  by  Gail  White  [pseud,  of 
Gertrude  Ida  Thomas]  Franklin, 
O.,  Denver,  1930.  13  p.  12mo.  © 
Aug.  15,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  494 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,   inc.,   Franklin,   O.  901 

Father  George ;  a  satirical-fantasy  in 
3  acts,  by  S.  I.  Berland.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9258;  Syd- 
ney I.  Berland,  Route  5,  Box  29,  Lu- 
ray,  Va.  902 


Ferike  gastiert ;  lustspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Ladislaus  Bus-Fekete  und  Alex- 
ander Goth.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9404 ;  Francis  Revesz,  Ba- 
ross-ter,  9  Budapest,  Hungary.     903 

Feuer  aus  den  kesseln ;  historisches 
schauspiel  [in  12  szenen]  von  Ernst 
Toller.  Anhang  historisehe  doku- 
mente.  Berlin,  1930.  167,  [1]  p. 
12mo.  ©  Aug.  28,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
27,  1931;  D  pub.  9091;  Gustav  Kie- 
penheuer  verlag,  a.  g\,  Berlin.      904 

Figures  don't  lie;  a  play  by  A.  H.  B. 
[pseud,  of  Aaron  H.  Hirsh]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9109 ;  Jennie 
H.  Hirsh,  119  Rodney  St.,  Brooklyn. 

905 

Fiore  (II)  incantato ;  fiaba-scenica  in 
3  atti  di  Edvige  Frontera,  su  trama 
di  L.  Teodoro,  commenti  musicali  di 
Dorotea  Beloch.  Roma,  II.  Suggeri- 
tore,  1931-IX.  38,  [1],  14  p.  4to. 
©  Oct.  30,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  27943;  Dorotea  Beloch, 
Rome.  906 

Fiori  di  primavera  ;  scena  e  danze,  di 
L.  Teodoro,  commenti  musicali  di 
Dorotea  Beloch.  Roma,  II  Suggeri- 
tore,  1931-IX.  7,  [1],  7  p.  4to.  © 
Oct.  30,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D 
pub.  27944;  Dorotea  Beloch,  Rome. 

907 

First  (The)  nighter ;  a  radio  sketch 
by  Catherine  Abels  and  Charles  P. 
Hughes.  Jan.  15,  1931.  The  will. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9084 ; 
Radio  showmen,  inc.,  535  Cornelia 
St.,  Chicago.  908 


Jan.  22,  1931.     Home  James. 

©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9085 ; 
Radio  showmen,  inc.,  535  Cornelia 
St.,  Chicago.  909 

Jan.  29,  1931.    Bill  Courtnay 


U.  S.  A.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9086 ;  Radio  showmen,  inc., 
535  Cornelia  St.,  Chicago.  910 

Five  pantomimes;  by  T.  E.  Ellis  (Lord 
Howard  de  Walden)  [London] 
Elkin  Mathews  &  Marrot  [1930]  vi, 
202  p.  12mo.  Dramatic  contents  : — • 
The  reluctant  dragon. — The  beau- 
ties and  the  beast. — Bluebeard. — 
The  sleeping  beauty. — Puss  and 
brutes.  ©  Dec.  1.  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
28,  1931 ;  D  pub.  9449 ;  Thomas  Eve- 
lyn Scott-Ellis,  Baron  Howard  de 
Walden,  London.  911 

Flambo.  the  clown ;  a  1-act  play  [by 
Ella  J.  Tunnell]  Franklin,  O.,  1930. 
16    p.    diagr.     12mo.     ©    July    19, 


48 


DRAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  2, 1931 


933 


1030 :  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 ;  D  pub.  556 ; 
Eldridge  entertainment  bouse,  inc., 
Franklin.  O.  912 

Flamingo ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Caro- 
line Francke  [i.  e.  C.  F.  Crane]  © 
1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  9248; 
Caroline  Francke  Crane,  5  Minetta 
St.,  New  York.  913 

Flight:  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  Holt. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9360:  McPherson  Holt.  1298  N. 
Green  Bay  Rd..  Lake  Forest,  111. 

914 

Foam  net ;  or,  Twixt  two  wills,  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  Velida  [pseud,  of  V.  de 
Benn]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9235;  A'elida  de  Benn,  244 
E.  23d  St.,  New  York.  915 

Folle  jt  unesse !  piece  en  4  actes,  par 
A.  Maehard.  Paris.  L.  Billaudot, 
1928.  cover-title.  104  p.  12mo.  © 
May  25.  1928:  1  c.  July  10;  D  pub. 
9310;  Alfred  Macbard,  8  Rue  Mar- 
cel-Renault, Paris.  916 

Fool  (A)  there  was:  a  sketch  by  J.  G. 
Jermon.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9446:  John  G.  Jermon.  661 
W.  158th  St.,  New  York.  917 

For  all  good  men :  a  farce  in  3  acts, 
by  N.  Lustig.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9297 ;  Norman  Lustig,  2115 
E.  12th  St.,  Brooklyn.  918 

Frail  Ferdinand :  by  Katherine  C. 
Kelly.  Franklin,  O.,  and  Denver, 
1930.  27  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  27, 
1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  524 ; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  919 

Fredericka  Albrecht ;  a  tragedy  in  3 
acts,  by  D.  K.  Reh.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9278:  Dolph  Ken- 
neth Reh,  929  Wilson  St.,  Fresno, 
Calif.  920 

Free  for  all:  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  by  E.  P.  Levy.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  2.  1931:  D  unpub.  9157;  Ed- 
ward Parke  Levy.  5621  Master  St., 
Philadelphia.  921 

Freedom  of  action ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  B.  Peck.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9159;  Ralph  B.  Peck.  277 
Park  Ave..  New  York.  922 

Friday's  victim :  a  melodrama  in  4 
scenes,  by  D.  N.  Rubin.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
21,  1931 :  D  unpub.  9375 ;  Daniel  N. 
Rubin.  %  Hotel  Ford,  Montreal. 

923 

Gadgets.  See  Ten  plays  for  little  the- 
atres. 


Gangstress ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C. 
Miles.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19.  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9345  ;  Carlton  Miles,  25  Prospect 
PI.,  New  York.  924 

Gay ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  B.  Loving. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  12.  1931  ;  D  unpub.  9249; 
Boyce  Loving,  1507  Laburnum  Ave., 
Richmond.  925 

Getting  father  married ;  a  short  3-act 
comedy,  by  L.  Stewart  Baney, 
Franklin,  O.,  1930.  18  p.  12mo.  © 
Aug.  28,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  554 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  926 

Giver  (The)  See  Back  of  the  head- 
lines. 

Glory  (The)  of  the  cross  ;  a  short  pag- 
eant for  Easter,  by  Elsie  Duncan 
Yale,  [music  by  Frederick  C.  Maker, 
and  others]  Philadelphia  [1931]  7, 
[1]  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  5,  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  13;  D  pub.  27953;  Hall-Mack 
co.,  Philadelphia.  927 

God — who  is  He?  where  is  He?  a  play 
in  6  episodes,  by  F.  Frank.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9227 ;  Ferrari 
Frank,  724  Race  St..  Philadelphia. 

928 

God's  candles ;  a  pageant  with  music 
for  Easter  and  general  occasions,  by 
Mattie  B.  Shannon  [music  by  J.  Lin- 
coln Hall,  and  others]  Philadelphia 
[1931]  8  p.  8  vo.  ©  Feb.  5,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  13;  D  pub.  27954;  Hall- 
Mack  co.,  Philadelphia.  929 

God's  garden  of  perfect  thoughts;  a 
play  in  3  acts,  by  Anel  Eirem  [pseud, 
of  L.  M.  Schudt]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9173;  Lena  Merie 
Schudt,  64  Benson  Ave.,  Buffalo. 

930 

Golf  widows ;  a  sketch,  by  H.  S.  Miller 
and  Lewis  C.  Lehr.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  27. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9313;  Harry  Miller 
and  Lewis  Lehr,  113  W.  57th  St., 
New  York.  931 

Good  bills  and  bad.  See  Scotland 
yard. 

Grand  (The)  Duchess  :  a  play  in  3  acts. 
by  A.  Hodges.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9361 ;  Arthur  Hodges,  182 
E.  64th  St.,  New  York.  932 

Grand  (Le)  patron  ;  piece  en  3  actes  et 
4  tableaux  [de]  Andre  Pascal 
[pseud,  of  H.  de  Rothschild]  Paris, 
Editions  Emile-Paul  freres,  1931. 
10  p.  1.,  [3]-223  p.  4to.  ©  Jan.  24, 
1931;  1  c.  Feb.  20;  D  pub.  9382; 
Henri  de  Rothschild,  Paris.  933 


49 


CATALOGUE   OF   COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


934 


pt.  i,  n. 


v.4 


Grand  stand  play ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  T.  Lewis.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9394;  Therese  Lewis, 
Blackstone  Hotel,  50  E.  58th  St., 
New  York.  934 

Grandma  Perkins'  party ;  a  3-act  play, 
by  Alta  Toepp.  Franklin,  O.,  Den- 
ver. 1930.  43  p.  diagr.  12mo.  © 
Sept.  10,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  549;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  935 

Greased  brakes.    See  Speed. 

Great  (The)  American  drama,  an  at- 
tempt at  reconstruction ;  [by  Perci- 
val  Wilde.  Rev.  ed.  1931]  1  p.  1., 
229-241  p.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  31,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  2;  D  pub.  563;  Percival 
Wilde,  Sharon,  Conn.  936 

Great  (The)  American  drama.  See 
also  Ten  plays  for  little  theatres. 

Great  (The)  lie;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.    Kalmanowitz. 

©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9338 ; 
Harry  Kalmanowitz,  1575  E.  3d  St., 
Brooklyn.  937 

Great  (The)  out  of  chores  ;  a  sketch  by 
Minerva  Courtnay  [pseud,  of  E.  von 
N.  Irwin]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9452 ;  Erika  von  Neske  Irwin, 
Hotel  Cadillac,  New  York.  938 

Great  (The)  urge;  a  satire  in  5  scenes, 
by  H.  Segall.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9321;  Harry  Segall,  139 
N.  Clark  St.,  Chicago  and  Century 
play  co.,  inc.,  1440  Broadway,  New 
York.  939 

Green  board ;  a  radio  sketch  by  R.  V. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9379;  Crosley  radio  Corp.,  Cole- 
rain  Ave.,  Cincinnati.  940 

Groucho,  the  great  inc ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Barney  Gerard  [pseud,  of 
B.  G.  Gerber]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9228 ;  Barney  Gerard  Ger- 
ber, 1  East  Post  Rd.,  White  Plains, 
N.   Y.  941 

Gypsy's  (The)  secret;  a  1-act  play,  by 
Natalie  Z.  Wagner.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver.  1930.  16  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  July  12,  1930  ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  552;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  942 

Hannen  (The)  case;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Ivan.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9341 ;  Rosalind  Ivan,  4  W. 
31st  St.,  New  York.  943 


Happy  and  his  cigar  band ;  a  sketch  by 
L.  D.  Hollister.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5.  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9160 ;  Len  D.  Hollister.  130 
W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  044 

Happy  Easter ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
P.  Mason.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9143 ;  Ruth  Putnam  Mason, 
104  E.  57th  St.,  New  York.  945 

Hard  times ;  a  play,  by  T.  Morris.    © 

1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9358; 
Thomas  Morris,  172  W.  135th  St., 
New  York.  946 

Hard  to  be  a  Jew ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts 
and  a  prologue,  by  Sholom  Aleichem 
[pseud,  of  Shalom  Rabinowitz]  Tr. 
from  the  Yiddish  by  Tamara  Berko- 
witz.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9337;  Olga  Rabinowitz,  100  5th  Ave, 
New  York.  947 

Harvest  (The)  at  Cranberry  Center: 
a  1-act  play,  by  Elsie  A.  Pausley. 
[1931]  [7]  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  22. 
1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  18 ;  D  pub.  567 ;  Elsie 
A.  Pausley,  Providence.  948 

Hassan ;  a  drama  in  2  acts,  by  C.  F. 
Park.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9129;  Charles  Francis  Park,  Hotel 
Markwell.  220  W.  49th  St.,  New 
York.  949 

Havana  cafe  of  Roses ;  a  sketch,  by 
D.  Oppenheim.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9475 ;  Dave  Oppenheim, 
170  W.  74th  St.,  New  York.  950 

He  knew  his  relativity;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  M.  Sharpsten.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9161 ;  Charles 
MacDowell  Sharpsten,  626  Moreno 
Ave.,  Los  Angeles.  951 

He  returns ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  P. 
Salvatori.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9280;  Paul  Salvatori,  1100 
Lathrop  Ave.,  Forest  Park,  111.    952 

Helen's  affair.    See  Triple  triangles. 

Helldorado ;   a  musical  melodrama  in 

2  acts,  by  C.  H.  Gaver  and  R.  S. 
Chryst.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9329;  Claude  H.  Gaver 
and  Richard  S.  Chryst,  352  W.  S7th 
St.,  New  York.  953 

Hello,  angel!  a  comedy  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Howard  P.  Taylor,  adapted 
by  J.  Menchen.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9420 ;  Joseph  Menchen, 
1714  N.  Ivar  Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

954 

Henry's  mail-order  wife ;  a  1-act  com- 
edy, by  Freda  Graham  Bundy. 
Franklin,  O.,  1930.     21  p.   12mo.     © 


50 


DEAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  2, 1931 


973 


Sept.  11,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  528;  Eldridge  entertainment 
Louse,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  955 

Henry's  tux;  a  1-act  sketch,  by  Nellie 
M.  Linn.  8  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  16, 
1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  557 ; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  956 

Her  Honor,  the  Judge ;  a  farcical  play- 
let in  1  act,  by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  9.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9206  ;  Arthur 
Denvir,  51  W.  82d  st.,  New  York. 

957 

Hey  hey  schooldays ;  a  musical  satire, 
by  J.  P.  Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B. 
Oakland.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9457 ;  J.  P.  Murray, 
Barry  Trivers,  Ben  Oakland,  146  W. 
12th   St.,  New  York.  958 

His  girl;  a  mystery-comedy-drama  in 
3  acts  and  epilogue,  by  M.  Brown. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9378 ; 
Murray  Brown,  243  W.  101st  St., 
New  York.  959 

Hit  (The)  of  the  season;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  B.  Inge.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9204 ;  Benson  Inge, 
69  Bedford  St.,  New  York.  960 

Holley  Gardens.  See  Millionaire 
wives. 

Home,  James.  See  First  (The) 
nighter. 

Honeymoon  (The)  specialist;  a  com- 
edy in  1  act,  by  Russell  Gordon  Car- 
ter. Franklin,  O..  1930.  2  p.  1., 
7-26  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  25,  1930; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub.  501; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  961 

Honeymooners'  journey ;  Episodes 
1-10,  a  series  of  sketches  for  radio, 
by  P.  Nelson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9238;  Paul  Nelson,  330 
W.  34th  St.,  New  York.  962 

Horse-play;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  E. 
Rants.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9419;  Roland  E.  Rants,  1166% 
Rialto  St.,  San  Bernardino,  Calif. 

963 

Hot  (The)  Nelson  punch;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F. 
Manley.  (Graybar  program,  no.  68) 
©  1  c.  Dec.  16,  1930  ;  D  unpub.  9187 ; 
Win.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls, 
Norwalk,  Conn.,  and  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  964 

Hotel  stadt  Lemberg.  See  Arms  and 
the  maid. 


House  (The)  of  seven  gables;  by  Na- 
thaniel Hawthorne ;  adapted  for 
radio  by  W.  F.  Manley.  (American 
school  of  the  air.  Mar.  18,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9438;  William  Ford  Manley,  Silver- 
mine    Falls,    Norwalk,    Conn.       965 

House  (The)  that  friendship  built; 
a  pageant  for  children,  by  R.  L. 
Frankel.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9251 ;  Ruth  Leipziger  Fran- 
kel, 6800  Lawnton  Ave.,  Oak  Lane, 
Philadelphia.  966 

Houses  to  burn ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H. 
F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program,  Jan.  13,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Dec.  23.  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9190 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y., 
and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  367 

Housing  (The)  problem;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F. 
Manley.  (Graybar  program,  Jan.  6, 
1931)  ©  1  c.  Dec.  23,  1930;  D 
unpub.  9191 ;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton, 
Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and  Wm.  Ford  Man- 
ley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  968 

Howdy  folks;  3-act  comedy,  by  Mabel 
Crouch.  Briggsville,  Wis.,  Catholic 
dramatic  movement,  1931.  46  p. 
12mo.  ©  Feb.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  25  ; 
D  pub.  574 ;  Matthias  Helfen,  Briggs- 
ville, Wis.  969 

Hunde  bellen  in  der  nacht ;  komodie 
in  5  bildern.  von  Paul  Gutmann. 
Berlin,  1930.  51  p.  8vo.  Als  manu- 
skript  vervielfaltigt.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9401 ;  Biihnenver- 
lag  Ann  &  Simrock,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Berlin.  970 

I  am  the  resurrection ;  a  pageant  with 
music  for  Easter,  by  Phoebe  Whit- 
tier,  incidental  music  by  I.  H.  Mer- 
edith. New  York,  N.  Y.,  1931. 
cover-title,  16  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  15, 
1931;  2  c.  Jan.  30;  D  pub.  27940; 
Tullar-Meredith  co.,  New  York.    971 

I  know  women ;  a  comedv  playlet,  by 
H.  E.  Rogers.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9416;  Howard  Emmett 
Rogers,  15  W.  81st  St.,  New  York. 

972 

Idiot  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  B. 
I.  Payne,  dramatized  from  the  work 
of  the  same  name,  by  Fedor  Dos- 
toievsky. ©  1  c.  Jan.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9136;  Ben  Iden  Payne, 
2338  Cleveland  Ave.,  Chicago.     973 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


If  this  happened  to  you — what  could 
you  legally  do?  a  dramatic  presen- 
tation,  by   Bart   Leeper    [pseud,   of 

B.  G.  Leiper]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9332;  Bartram  Galbraith 
Leiper,  Sedgefield,  Greensboro,  N.  C. 

974 

Imposters ;  3-act  comedy,  by  Martha 
G.  Coleman.  Briggsville,  Wis.,  Cath- 
olic dramatic  movement,  1931.  30  p. 
illus.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  15,  1931 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  25;  D  pub.  575;  Matthias 
Helfen,  Briggsville,  Wis.  975 

In  the  garden  of  the  Bible;  an  origi- 
nal fantasy,  by  A.  Kissel  and  F. 
Van  Vliet.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  26,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9178;  Anne  Kissel,  1755 
Jackson  St.,  and  Fannie  Van  Vliet, 
1201  California  St.,   San  Francisco. 

976 

Indian  butterfly ;  by  E.  Pearle  Fellows 
[pseud,  of  E.  P.  Calkins]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  27959;  E. 
Pearle  Calkins,  1135  E.  California 
Ave.,   Glendale,  Calif.  977 

Ingagging;  a  sketch,  by  A.  Boasberg. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9197 ; 
Al  Boasberg,  149  S.  Roxbury  Drive, 
Beverly  Hills,  Calif.  978 

Inventor's  (The)  suicide;  or,  Two 
friends'  oath,  a  4  act  drama  by  J.  S. 
Roncati.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9231 ;  Joseph  Siro  Roncati, 
204  E.  100th  St.,  Los  Angeles.     979 

lone.     See  Tragedie. 

It's  a  gay  life!  1931  production  of 
the  University  of  Wisconsin  Hares- 
foot  club,  music  by  D.  G.  Welton, 
lyrics  by  The  Haresfooters.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  27960; 
David  Goe  Welton,  916  Castle  PI., 
Madison,  Wis.  980 

It's  the  weather ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 

C.  Dey  and  V.  E.  Sheridan.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  9214; 
Charles  Dey  and  Verne  E.  Sheridan, 
Slocum,  R.  I.  981 

J.  John  Brown ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  R.  Steckmesser.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9087 ;  Carol  Rayome 
Steckmesser,  Taliesin,  Spring  Green, 
Wis.  982 

Jack  and  the  beanstalk;  Act.  3,  by 
John  Erskine  and  Louis  Gruenberg. 
Piano-vocal  score.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  27950;  Juilliard 
musical  foundation,  New  York.    983 

Jayhawkers'  (The)  reunion.  See 
Death  Valley  days. 


Jealous?  Certainly  not!  a  1-act  com- 
edy, by  Marion  Short.  Chicago 
[1931]  22  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Feb. 
18,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  20 ;  D  pub.  570 ; 
T.  S.  Dennison  &  co„  Chicago.     984 

Jewess  (The)  of  Warsaw;  a  drama  in 
4  acts,  by  K.  A.  Vasche.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9177;  Karl 
Archibald  Vasche,  Box  321,  Merced, 
Calif.  985 

Jim  and  me  found  Tonopah.  See 
Death  Valley  days. 

Jonah;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  R.  M. 
Ewing.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9409;  Robert  Martin  Ewing, 
430  W.  118th  St.,  New  York.       986 

Jones'  burglar  trap ;  a  farce  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  A.  Golden.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9179; 
Joseph  Aron  Golden,  24  Kenilworth 
Road,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.  987 

Jour  (Le)  piece  nouvelle  en  3  actes 
et  16  tableaux,  de  H.  Bernstein.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9096; 
Henry  Bernstein,  110  Rue  de  FUni- 
versite,   Paris.  988 

Judgment  (The)  of  love;  original 
screen  drama  in  6  reels,  by  D.  S. 
Halm.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9445;  Do  Soo  Hahn,  633  W. 
115th  St.,  New  York.  989 

Just  out;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  D.  C. 
Bennett,  from  the  French  play  Vient 
de  paraitre,  by  Edouard  Bourdet. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9335 ; 
Dorothy  Cheston  Bennett,  97  Chil- 
tun  Court,  Baker  St.,  London.       990 

Katie  gets  adopted ;  by  Gail  White 
[pseud,  of  Gertrude  Ida  Thomas] 
Franklin,  O.,  1930.  9  p.  12mo.  © 
Nov.  1,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D 
pub.  518 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  991 

King  Solomon;  a  drama  in  2  parts, 
by  V.  C.  Stevenson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  4, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9261 ;  Violet  Cheyne 
Stevenson,  805  W.  12th  St.,  P.  C. 
Box  126,  Downey,  Calif.  992 

Ladies'  (The)  league  trims  the  tree; 
a  Christmas  play,  by  Lettie  C.  Van 
Derveer.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  17  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  10, 
1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub. 
500;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  993 

Lady  (The)  of  the  camellias;  a  mod- 
ern free  translation  from  the  French 
of  Alexandre  Dumas,  fils,  in  4  acts, 
by  De  W.  Bodeen.     ©  1  c.  Feb.  17, 


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no.  2,  1931 


1012 


1931;  D  unpub.  9306:  De  Witt  Bo- 
deen,  903  Heliotrope  Drive,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  994 

Last  (The)  kiss:  a  stage  drama  in  4 
acts,  by  P.  Salvatori.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5,  1931;  D  unpub.  9147;  Paul  Sal- 
vatori, 1100  Lathrop  Ave.,  Forest 
Park,  111.  995 

Late  summer ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Perry.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931: 
D  unpub.  9346 :  Lawrence  Perry,  12 
Rudd  Court,  Gleii  Ridge,  N.  J.      996 

Law  (The)  of  compensation.  See 
Life  demands,  and   other  plays. 

Lawrence  Wright's  3rd  concert  party 
album  ;  compiled  by  Ronald  Frankau 
and  Conrad  Leonard.  [London. 
1930]  39  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  19,  1930 : 
1  c.  Dec.  26,  1930;  D  pub.  27949; 
Lawrence  Wright  music  co.,  London. 

997 

Legalized ;  or.  A  straight  woman,  a 
comedy  in  4  acts,  by  N.  Richardson 
and  H.  Ford.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9377 ;  Norval  Richardson, 
Gstaad,  Switzerland,  &  Harriet 
Ford,  132S  University  Ave.,  New 
York.  998 

Legend  (A)  of  Illinois;  a  pageant  in 
a  short  prologue  and  S  episodes,  bv 
I.  Baldwin.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931*; 
D  unpub.  9201 ;  Irville  Baldwin,  424 
Du  Bois  Blvd..   Congress  Park,  111. 

999 

Legioniere :  an  operetta  in  3  acts,  by 
Pat  D*0.  Walters  [i.  e.  E.  D'O. 
Walters]  Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  24, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9319;  Eric  D'Oyly 
Walters,  1730  Broadway.  New  York. 

1000 

Lei  shimurim ;  dramatic  traditional 
musical  comedie.  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
Chassin.    Text. 

©  1  c.  Jan.  23.  1931;  D  unpub. 
9168;  Asher  Chassin,  104  2d  Ave., 
New  York.  1001 

Lequel?  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by  E.  S. 
Seeley.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9418;  Elisabeth  Sterling 
Seeley,  63  Brooklawn  Ave.,  Bridge- 
port, Conn.  1002 

Lesson  (A.)  in  democracy:  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  R.  C.  Fischer.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  17,  1931:  D  unpub.  9287:  Rob- 
ert C.  Fischer.  Maria  Farm,  Ridge- 
field,  Conn.  1003 


Let's  debate ;  a  short  sketch,  by  Mrs. 
J.  B.  Clopton,  Franklin,  O..  Denver, 
1930.  8  p.  12mo.  ©  July  29,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub.  516; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,   O.  1004 

Let's  have  some  excitement ;  a  3-act 
comedy,  by  Lindsey  Barbee.  Frank- 
lin, O.,  Denver,  1930.  110  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  Sept.  17,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  547;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

1005 

Life  demands,  and  ether  plays;  by 
Henry  Berman.  New  York,  Bren- 
tano's,  1931.  5  p.  1.,  [51-362  p. 
12mo.  Contents :  Life  demands. — 
Time's  fool. — Out  of  the  dark. — ■ 
The  law  of  compensation. — The  age 
of  discretion.— Vestiges.  ©  Feb.  9, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff .  Feb.  11 ;  A  33748 ; 
Henry  Berman,  Brooklyn.  1005* 

Lightening  slinger ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
R.  V.  Brown.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9364;  Crosley  radio  Corp., 
Cincinnati.  1006 

Like  city  folks;  a  comedy-drama  in  1 
act,  by  A.  L.  Rothblum.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  9122;  A. 
Lincoln  Rothblum,  934  Glengyle  PL, 
Chicago.  1007 

Like  most  ladies ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  McGowan.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9117;  John  Mc- 
Gowan, Laura  Hill  Farm,  Bethel, 
Conn.  1008 

Lilies  of  Broadway;  a  screen  play,  by 
William  Hurlbut.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27. 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9491 ;  Universal  pic- 
tures corp..  730  5th  Ave.,  New  York. 

1009 

Lilly :  a  new  play  in  3  acts,  by  P.  Dun- 
ning and  Frances  Dunning.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9350 :  Philip 
Dunning,  Riverwood,  W  e  s  t  p  o  r  t, 
Conn.  1010 

Lily  Ling's  first  Christmas :  by  Ma- 
belle  P.  Sanders.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver,  1930.  9  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept. 
9.  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub. 
512 ;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc..  Franklin,  O.  1011 

Limit   (The)     See  Mr.  and  Mrs. 

LittJe  (The)  devil;  a  new  comedy  in 
a  prologue  and  3  acts,  bv  A.  Camp- 
bell. ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9298;  Argyll  Campbell,  130  Post 
Ave.,  New  York.  1012 


47478—31- 


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1013 


l>t.  i,  n.  s.;  v.  4 


Little  interludes.  The  proposal;  a 
radio  sketch,  by  S.  Kurtzman.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9467; 
Samuel  Kurtzman,  51  S.  45th  St., 
Philadelphia.  1013 

Little  Orchard;  an  episode  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  P.  Mason.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9142 ;  Ruth  Putnam 
Mason,  104  E.  57th  St.,  New  York. 

1014 

Little  Red  Riding  Hood,  up  to  date ; 
a  skit,  by  L.  Steedman.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5,  1931;  D  unpub.  9199;  Louise 
Steedman,  Hotel  Wellington,  55th 
St.  &  7th  Ave.,  New  York.  1015 

Local  color ;  a  vaudeville  sketch,  by 
E.  L.  Winchester.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9373;  E.  L.  Win- 
chester, 413-68th  St.,  Brooklyn. 

1010 

Lonesome  Louie  V  de  epples ;  a  com- 
edy sketch,  by  J.  Cern.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9224 ;  Jules  Cern. 
410  Eastern  Parkwav,  Brooklyn. 

1017 

Lord  Spleen,  die  geschichte  vom  liirm 
schiuen  maun ;  komische  oper  in  2 
akten,  text  von  Hugo  F.  Koenigsgar- 
ten,  musik  von  Mark  Lothar.  opus 
17.  Orchester-partitur.  Berlin, 
1931.  326  p.  fol.  ©  Jan.  29,  1931 ; 
1  c.  Jan.  30;  D  pub.  27942;  Adolph 
Fiirstner,  Berlin.  1018 

Lost  (The)  elevator.  See  Ten  plays 
for  little  theatres. 

Lot's  wife.  See  Ten  plays  for  little 
theatres. 

Lottie  gathers  no  moss ;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  Arthur  Wilmurt.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9493;  Ar- 
thur Ranous  Wilmurt,  Yale  Theatre, 
New  Haven.  1019 

Louisiana  (The)  purchase;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (Ameri- 
can school  of  the  air,  Jan.  12,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Dec.  16,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9188 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 

1020 

Love  game ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  A. 
Lightner.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9340 ;  Alice  Lightner,  270  W. 
11th  St.,  New  York.  1021 

Love  immortel ;  by  Ruth  Leon.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  24.  1931;  D  unpub.  9406;  Ruth 
Cleveland  Leon,  5950  5th  Ave.,  Los 
Angeles.  1022 

Love  is  free ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  A. 
Butler.    ©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  un- 


pub.  9131;    John   A.   Butler,  Lambs 
Club,  130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

1023 

Love  is  hell ;  a  short  melodrama  in  3 
acts,  by  Helen  Ingram  [pseud,  of 
H.  I.  Johnson]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9488 ;  Helen  Ingram 
Johnson,  179  E.  3d  Ave.,  Columbus, 
O.  1024 

Love  (The)  race;  a  musical  comedy  in 
2  acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  C.  B. 
Casad.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9424;  Campbell  B.  Casad, 
Hotel  Ansonia,  Broadway  &  73d  St., 
New  York.  1025 

Love  takes  a  rest ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
S.  F.  Boniface.  ©  1  c.  Nov.  22, 
1930 ;  D  unpub.  9349 ;  Symona  Fern- 
er  Boniface,  7276  Woodrow  Wilson 
Drive,  Hollywood,  Calif.  1026 

Ma.     See  Walking  back. 

Mad;  comedie  en  4  actes  de  Romain 
Coolus  [pseud,  of  R.  W^eil]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9309 ;  Rene 
Weil,  4  PI.  du  Trocadero,  Paris. 

1027 

Mad  Manhattan ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  B.  Waters.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9138;  Marianne  Brown 
Waters,  275  Hicks  St.,  Brooklyn. 

1028 

Mademoiselle;  piece  en  3  actes,  par  P. 
Brach.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9267;  Paul  Brach,  34  Ave. 
d'Eylau,  Paris.  1029 

Madamoiselle  marooned;  a  musical 
comedy  in  2  acts,  book  and  lyrics 
by  C.  W.  Marshall.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9083; 
Charles  Wheeler  Marshall,  5635 
Dorchester  Ave.,   Chicago.  1030 

Maggie  and  Mike ;  no.  1,  a  radio  sketch 
by  J.  Jex.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9443;  John  Jex,  158  River- 
side Ave.,  Westport,  Conn.  1031 

Making  sound  motion  pictures  on  the 
stage;  by  F.  King.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  1, 
1930;  D  unpub.  9135;  Frank  King, 
36  Crestwood  Ave.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

1032 

Maltine  (The)  story  hour;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  William  Bacher.  Decem- 
ber 22,  1930.  Why  the  chimes  rang. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9192 ; 
Maltine  co.,  New  York.  1033 

January      26,      1931.      Snow 


White  and  Rose  Red.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9193 ;  Maltine  co., 
New  York.  1034 


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no.  2,  1931 


1056 


Feb.  2,  1931.     Puss  in  Boots. 

©  1  c.  Feb.  9.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9194 : 
Maltine  co.,  New  York.  1035 

Maltine  story  bour :  Feb.  9.  1931.  The 
snow  man,  a  radio  sketch  by  Stuart 
H.  Hawkins.  ©  1  c,  Feb.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9396;  Maltine  co.,  New 
York.  1036 

■ Feb.  16,  1931.     The  selfish  giant. 

a  radio  sketch  by  Albert  E.  N. 
Miller.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9397 ;  Maltine  co.,  New  York. 

1087 

Man  (A)  and  the  maid:  a  sketch,  by 
H.  S.  Miller  and  L.  C.  Lehr.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  27,  1931 :  D  unpub.  9314 ;  Harry 
S.  Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr,  113 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  1038 

Man  (The)  with  the  beard;  a  play 
in  5  acts,  by  S.  Morse.     ©  1  c.  Feb. 

5.  1931;  D  unpub.  9146;  Stearns 
Morse,  10  Chase  Rd.,  Hanover.  N.  H. 

1039 

Mannen  i  huset ;  komedie  i  2  akter, 
[av]  Inga  Meidell.  Oslo,  1930.  44 
p.  12ino.  ©  Nov.  10.  1930;  1  c. 
Nov.  24;  D  pub.  9448;  H.  Asche- 
houg  &  co.,  Oslo,  Norway.  1040 

Marlborough  goes  to  war ;  an  histori- 
cal untruth  in  3  acts,  translated 
from  the  French  of  Marcel  Achard 
by  Dorothy  Cheston  [i.  e.  D.  C.  Ben- 
nett] ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9388:  Dorothy  Cheston  Ben- 
nett. 97  Chilton  Court,  Baker  St.. 
London.  1041 

Medee ;  piece  en  4  actes  et  11  tableaux, 
par  H.  R.  Lenormand.     ©  1  c.  Feb. 

6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9268 ;  Henri  Rene 
Lenormand,  3  PI.  Victor-Hugo, 
Paris.  1042 

Meet  Miss  X ;  a  1-act  play,  by  H.  C. 
Butt.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9271;  Harold  Charles  Butt, 
48-36  37th  St.,  Long  Island  City, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y.  1043 

Meet  the  family ;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
P.  Wayne  and  W.  Sprague.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  27.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9471 ;  Pris- 
cilla  Wayne  and  Wayne  Sprague, 
6035  Waterbury  Rd.,  Des  Moines. 

1044 

Mein  liebster  ist  ein  vagabund ;  schau- 
spiel  in  12  bildern,  von  J.  Mav.  © 
1  c.  Oct.  29,  1925 ;  D  unpub.  ^9494 ; 
Joe  May.  Berlin.  1045 

Metropolitan  hospital ;  a  play  in  12 
scenes,  by  Theodore  Reeves.     ©  1  c. 


Feb.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9116 ;  Zoltan 
Ro^enfeld.  365  Westminster  Rd., 
Cedarhurst,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  1046 

Mille  e  una  notte ;  fiaba  coreografica 
in  7  quadri,  di  Giuseppe  Adami. 
[musica  di]  Victor  De  Sabata.  Ri- 
duzione  per  pianoforte.  Milano. 
1931.  2  p.  1.,  130  p.  4to.  ©  Jan. 
26,  1931 ;  1  c.  Jan.  27 ;  D  pub.  27947  ; 
G.  Ricordi  &  co..  Milan.  1047 

per  la  musica   di  Victor  De 


Sabata.  Milano,  1931.  36  p.  12mo. 
Libretto.  ©  Jan.  26.  1931;  1  c. 
Jan.  27 ;  D  pub.  9139 ;  G.  Ricorcli  & 
co.,  Milan.  1048 

Millionaire  wives ;  or,  Holley  Gardens. 
Episodes  1-3,  by  H.  G.  Cool.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9434; 
Henri  George  Cool.  223  W.  11th  St., 
New  York.  1049 

Miracles  at  Hornby  Corners;  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  C.  Wilbur,  from  the 
story  of  Susan  Ertz.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
11.  1931;  D  unpub.  9454;  Crane 
Wilbur,  59  W.  9th  St.,  New  York. 

1050 

Mission  (The)  ;  by  Max  Grinss.  Bos- 
ton [1931]  42  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  9 ;  D  pub.  572 ;  Chris- 
topher pub.  house,  Boston.  1051 

Mississippi  revelry;  a  skerch.  by  F.  D. 
Ferrone.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9427;  Frank  Daniel  Ferrone, 
304  W.  91st  St.,  New  York.         1052 

Mr.  and  Mrs. ;  a  radio  sketch  by  H.  F. 
Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  (The 
limit.  Graybar  program  78)  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9439; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon.  N.  Y., 
&  William  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1053 

(The     New     Year's     institu- 


tion. Graybar  program)  ©  1  c. 
Dec.  16,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9184 ;  Henry 
Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.  and 
Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1054 

Mister  Noah ;  a  musical  comedy  for 
puppets,  lines,  lyrics  and  music,  by 
F.  Brown.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  27938;  Forman  Brown.  27 
Olvera  St.,  Los  Angeles.  1055 

Mister  Pi-eyed  Piper ;  a  musical  com- 
edy in  2  acts,  by  D.  Long.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9134 ;  Dillard  Long,  1555  Broadway, 
New  York.  1056 


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pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Mrs.  Barclay  for  president ;  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  Gergely.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9344 ;  Elmer  Ger- 
gely, 4515  12th  Ave.,  Brooklyn. 

1057 

Mrs.  Thomas  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Selser.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  10,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9213;  Maxwell  Selser.  30 
Beekman  PL,  New  York.  1058 

Money;  a  modern  drama,  by  F.  A.  Y. 
[pseud,  of  F.  Y.  Merica]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  9145;  Flor- 
ence Young  Merica,  41  5th  Ave., 
New  York.  1059 

Moon  dust ;  a  play,  by  J.  L.  Finn.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931;  D  unpub.  9123: 
Jane  Louise  Finn,  Belmont  Hotel, 
3156  Sheridan  Rd.,  Chicago.        1060 

More  gas;  a  sketch,  by  S.  Ward  and 
S.  L.  Bloom.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9469;  Solly  Ward,  740 
West  End  Ave.,  and  Seymour  L. 
Bloom,  510  W.  110th  St.,  New  York. 

1061 

Mort  (La)  du  Tigre ;  -par]  Jean  Mar- 
tet.    Paris  [1930]    2  p.  1.,  [7]  317  p., 

1  1.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  22,  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  9.  1931 ;  A— Foreign  10207  ;  Al- 
bin  Michel,  Paris.  1061* 

Mosquito  (The)  smoke  screen.  See 
David    'n'    Sarah. 

Mother  of  hell ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  M.  Barnes.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9246;  Howard  McKent 
Barnes,  3923  Pine  Grove  Ave.,  Chi- 
cago. 1062 

Mother's  day  in  the  primary ;  by  Ada 
Clark.  Franklin,  O.,  1930.  8  p. 
12mo.  ©  Aug.  19,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  520  ;  Eldrldge  enter- 
tainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

1063 

Music  hath  charms ;  by  Murray,  Triv- 
ers  &  Oakland.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9153  ;  J.  P.  Murray, 
Barry  Trivers  &  Ben  Oakland,  146 
W.  12th  St.,  New  York.  1064 

My  way  to  die ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  O. 
Johnson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9128 ;  Otto  Johnson,  229  W. 
46th  St..  New  York.  1065 

Mysterious  (The)  Rosalind ;  a  comedy 
in  2  acts,  by  Lindsey  Barbee. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  55  p. 
diagr.      12mo.      ©    Aug.    27,    1930; 

2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 ;  D  pub.  499 ;  Eld- 
ridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,    O.  1066 

Naughty  but  vice;  a  sketch,  by  D. 
Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  928S:  Daniel  Kusell,  156  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  1067 


'Neath  an  Indian  sky;  a  sketch  in  2 
scenes,  by  S.  Schechtman.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9162;  Sadie 
Schechtman,  356  W.  56th  St.,  New 
York.  1068 

New  (The)  king;  a  play  in  prologue 
and  4  scenes,  by  G.  W.  Austin.     © 

1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9450; 
Guy  Wentworth  Austin,  342  N.  Gar- 
field Ave.,  Alhambra,  Calif.         1069 

New  Year's  (The)  institution.  See 
Mr.  and  Mrs. 

Night  (A)  at  the  circus;  a  comedy 
burlesque  revue  sketch,  by  M.  So- 
nino.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9472;  Max  Sonino,  20  Beekman  PI., 
New  York.  1070 

Night  (A)  scene  in  nineteen  hundred; 
by  E.  C.  Lazarovich-Hrebelianovich. 
©  1  c.  Dec.  19,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9183 ; 
Eleanor  Calhoun  Lazarovich-Hrebel- 
ianovich, 155  E.  47th  St..  New  York. 

1071 

Night's  (A)  lodging;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program.  Jan.  20,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Dec.  23,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9189 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton.  Harmon,  N.  Y., 
and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1072 

No  more  daddies ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Carl  V.  Shaw  [pseud,  of  C.  W. 
Treichler]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9336;  Charles  Wisner 
Treichler,  653  Orchard  Parkway,  Ni- 
agara Falls.  N.  Y.  1073 

No  one  knows  what  a  woman  will  do ; 
a  1-act  comedy,  by  Mrs.  A.  L.  Mc- 
Mahan.  Franklin,  O.,  1930.  13  p. 
diagr.      12mo.      ©    June    12,    1930; 

2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931;  D  pub.  515; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin.   O.  1074 

No  woman  would  do  it.  See  Too  per- 
fect. 

Not  the  marrying  kind ;  a  play  in  5 
scenes,  by  P.  Barron.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
14,  1931;  D  unpub.  9348;  Patricia 
Barron,  260  W.  72d  St.,  New  York. 
[©  rewritten  version,  with  new  dia- 
logue, change  of  plot,  introduction 
of  more  characters]  1075 

Now  and  then ;  a  comedy  in  3  episodes, 
by  B.  L.  Clark.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9426  :  Bouic  L.  Clark, 
2928  St.  Paul  St.,  Baltimore.      1076 

Nut  (The)  house;  a  sketch,  by  H.  S. 
Miller  and  L.  C.  Lebr.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9315;  Harry  S. 
Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr,  113  W. 
57th  St.,  New  York.  1077 


56 


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no.  2,  1931 


1097 


Offentliche  (Das)  argernis;  schwank 
in  3  akten,  von  Franz  Arnold.  Un- 
verkJiufliches  manuskript.  Berlin. 
1931.  116  p..  2  1.  8vo.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
29.  1931 :  D  nnpub.  9133 ;  Felix  Bloch 
erben,  Berlin.  1078 

Ostlich  der  sonne  und  westlich  vom 
niond ;  marchenspiel,  nacli  einem 
alten  norwegischen  volksraarchen 
[von]  Sigrid  Undset.  [Berechtigte 
iibertragung  a  us  dem  Norwegisclien 
von  J.  Sandmeier  und  S.  Anger- 
mann]  Mit  8  bildern  von  Fritz 
Franke.  Frankfurt  am  Main  [1930] 
4  p.  1..  11-81,  [1]  p.,  1  1.  col.  plates, 
illus.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  28.  1930;  1  c. 
Jan.  27,  1931:  D  pub.  9092:  Riitten 
&  Loening  verlag.  Frankfurt/M.. 
Germany.  1079 

Off  stage ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  from 
Regine  Arrnand.  tr.  and  adaptation 
by  A.  De  Milt.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9473 :  Aida  Rodman  De 
Milt,  430  E.  57th  St.,  New  York. 

1080 

Oh.  you  mathematics:  by  E[dna]  C. 
Yokes.  Franklin.  O.,  Denver,  1930. 
12  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  6,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11.  1931:  D  pub.  523;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1081 

Old  faithful :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  M. 
Young.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28.  1931:  D 
unpub.  9481 :  Rosalie  M.  Young.  995 
5th  Ave..  New  York.  1082 

Old  Man  Blues ;  bv  Murray.  Trivers  & 
Oakland.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9152 ;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry 
Trivers  &  Ben  Oakland,  146  W.  12th 
St.,  New  York.  1083 

On  the  bald  spot;  a  sketch,  by  D. 
Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17.  1931;  D 
unpub.  9292 :  Daniel  Kusell,  156  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  1084 

On  the  road  to  Bethlehem ;  a  nativity 
play,  by  Georgia  Stenger.  Franklin, 
O.,  Denver,  1930.  23  p.  12mo.  © 
July  25,  1930 :  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D 
pub.  508:  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc..  Franklin,  O.  1085 

Open  house ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
S.  J.  Ross.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9114 :  Samuel  J.  Ross,  755  S. 
Orange  Grove  Ave..  Los  Angeles. 

1086 

Oran-jass :  a  3-act  comedy,  by  J.  Casa- 
kov.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  23.  1931 :  D  unpub. 
9260 :  Joseph  Casakov.  2588  Marengo 
St.,  Los  Angeles.  1087 

Oreste.     See  Tragedie. 


Other  (The)  man's  child;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  Lem  B.  Parker.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  9243;  Wm.  H. 
Harder,  Huguenot  Park,  Staten 
Island,  N.  Y.  1088 

Other   (The)   sister's  sin;  a  drama  in 

1  act,  by  G.  G.  Dovenspike.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9371 ;  Gerall 
Gardner  Dovenspike,  Main  St.,  Ship- 
penville,  Pa.  1089 

Out  of  the  dark.  See  Life  demands, 
and  other  plays. 

Out  of  the  mouths  of  .  .  . ;  a  serio- 
comedy  [by  Percival  Wilde.  Rev. 
ed.  1931]  1  p.  1„  [219]-226  p. 
12mo.  ©  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  2 ; 
D  pub.  561 ;  Percival  Wilde,  Sharon, 
Conn.  1090 

Out  of  the  mouths  of.  See  also  Ten 
plays  for  little  theatres. 

Out  of  tune ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Ilka 
Chase  and  W.  B.  Murray.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9304;  Wil- 
liam B.  Murray,  113  W.  57th  St., 
New  York.  1091 

Out  of  wedlock ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Nager.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9316 ;  Aaron  Nager,  203  E. 
14th  St.,  New  York.  1092 

Paging  danger ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Claire  Carvalho  [i.  e.  C.  C.  Weil- 
ler]  and  Leighton  Osmun.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9262 ;  Claire 
Carvalho  Weiller,  277  Park  Ave., 
New  York,  and  Dix  Drummond  Os- 
mun, 1166  Park  Row,  La  Jolla,  Calif. 

1093 

Pair  (A)  of  foxes;  a  1  act  play,  by 
D.  K.  Nunneley.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9079;  Dorothy  Ker- 
win  Nunneley,  3410  E.  Hill  St.,  Hunt- 
ington Park,  Calif.  1094 

Palais-Bourbon ;  piece  en  4  actes  et  6 
tableaux,  de  L.  Treich.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9383;  Leon 
Treich,  1,  Square  Arago,  Paris.    1095 

Pan  Dowdy ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Ruth  Putnam  Kimball. 
Franklin,  O.  and  Denver,  1930.  51 
p.     diagr.     12mo.     ©  Nov.  18,  1930 ; 

2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  505 ;  El- 
dridge entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  1096 

Papa's  daughters ;  a  burlesque  skit  [in 

3  scenes]  by  Mary  A.  James.  Frank- 
lin, O.,  Denver,  1930.  14  p.  12mo. 
©  July  18,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  531 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc..  Franklin.  O.  1097 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4- 


Parents  will  be  parents :  a  1  act  play 
by  E.  M.  Boyer.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub,  9115;  Edith  M.  Boyer, 
2438  Altura  Ave.,  Montrose.  Calif. 

1098 

Paris,  France.  See  Peggy  O'Neil's 
musical  pictures. 

Party  (The)  dress;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Levenson  and  W.  C.  Lengel. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9485 ; 
William  C.  Lengel,  Scarsdale,  N.  Y., 
and  Lew  Levenson,  Hamilton  PI. 
Hotel,  New  York.  1099 

Party  (The)  of  the  first  part;  a  1-act 
play,  by  V.  Hammond.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9339;  Virginia 
Hammond,  Box  652  Whittier,  Calif. 

1100 

Pay  day;  a  sketch,  by  D.  Kusell.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9289; 
Daniel  Kusell,  156  W.  44th  St.,  New 
York.  1101 

Peggy  O'Neil's  musical  pictures,  by  P. 
O'Neil.  Cork,  Ireland.  ©  1  c.  Jan. 
31.  1931;  D  unpub.  9356;  Peggy 
O'Neil,  54  Riverside  Drive.  New 
York,  1102 

Paris,  France.     ©  1  c.  Jan. 


31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9355;  Peggy 
O'Neil,  54  Riverside  Drive,  New 
York.  1103 

Perkain ;  drame  lyrique  en  3  actes, 
legende  basque,  de  P.  B.  Gheusi, 
d'apres  Pierre  Harispe,  musique  de 
Jean  Poueigh.  Paris,  1931.  53,  [1] 
p.  12mo.  Text.  ©  Jan.  10,  1931; 
1  c.  Feb.  11 ;  D  pub.  9275 ;  Choudens, 
Paris.  1104 

Phantom  voices;  a  novelty  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  S.  Phillips.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  9150; 
Stanley  Phillips,  415  S.  Nevada  Ave., 
Colorado  Springs,  Col.  1105 

Picture  Land ;  by  E.  Morris  assisted 
by  Helen  M.  Brown.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9478;  Esther 
Morris,  Chazy,  N.  Y.  1106 

Pilgrim's  (A)  journey;  by  E.  Smith. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9110 ; 
Evaree  Smith,  1535  Federal  St., 
Philadelphia.  1107 

Pills;  a  college  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
G.  G.  Dovenspike.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub,  9370 ;  Gerall  Gardner 
Dovenspike,  Main  St.,  Shippenville, 
Pa.  1108 

Pinched  in  Paris;  a  farce  comedy  in 
3  acts,   by  J.   Mulholland.     ©   1   c. 


Feb.  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9342 ;  James 
Mulholland,  1735  Catalpa  Rd.,  Cleve- 
land. 1109 

Planning  the  husband's  banquet ;  a  1- 
act  comedy,  by  Anna  Lenington 
Heath.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930. 
12  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  4,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  540 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1110 

Policy  kings  ;  a  sketch,  by  M.  Ashwood. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9244 ; 
Michael  Ashwood,  154  W.  119th  St., 
New  York.  1111 

Praying  (The)  mantis;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  L.  Campbell.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9376;  James  L. 
Campbell,  16B  Upper  Montagu  St., 
London.  1112 

Private  lives ;  an  intimate  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Noel  Coward.  London, 
William  Heinemann,  ltd.  [1930] 
4  p.  1,  88  p.  12  mo.  ©  Sept.  22, 
1930;  2  c.  Jan.  28,  1931;  D  pub. 
9119;  Doubleday.  Doran  &  co.,  inc.. 
Garden  City,  N.  Y.  1113 

Problem  (The)  lady:  Concerning 
letters ;  by  T.  Weinberg.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  9195;  Tilly 
Weinberg,  Hotel  Gotham,  2  W.  55th 
St.,  New  York.  1114 

Producing  talent ;  a  dialogue,  by  O. 
Korn.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9331;  Oscar  Korn,  5035  N. 
Spaulding  Ave..  Chicago.  1115 

Prometheus;  a  radio  sketch,  by  W.  F. 
Manley.  (American  school  of  the 
air.  Literature  series,  Feb.  11,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9219 ; 
William  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1116 

Proposal  (The)     See  Little  interludes. 

Proudly  we  hail;  a  play  in  2  parts, 
by  E.  Gilbert  and  A.  Burns.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9334; 
Edwin  Gilbert  and  Arthur  Burns, 
105  W.  3d  St.,  New  York.  1117 

Purple  (The)  monkey ;  a  3-act 
comedy,  by  Ruth  Putnam  Kimball. 
Franklin,  O.  [1930]  79  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  Sept.  27,  1930:  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  544;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1118 

Puss  and  brutes.  See  Five  panto- 
mimes. 

Puss  in  Boots.  See  Maltine  story 
hour. 


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no.  2, 1931 


1139 


Putting  on  airs ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Allan  A.  Hoffman.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver,  1930.  99  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  July  19,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 : 
D  pub.  495;  Eldridge  entertain- 
ment bouse,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.     1119 

Que  le  monde  est  petit;  comeclie  en  3 
actes,  by  T.  Bernard.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9269;  Tristan 
Bernard,  8  Ave.  Hoche,  Paris.     1120 

Quentin  Durward;  adapted  for  radio 
by  W.  F.  Manley.  (American  school 
of  the  air)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9221;  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silverinine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  1121 

Quest  of  the  oakwood  branch ;  1-act 
play,  by  Helen  Irene  Garvey. 
Briggsville,  Wis.,  Catholic  dramatic 
movement,  1931.  12  p.  illus.  12mo. 
©  Feb.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  25 ;  D  pub. 
576;  Matthias  Helfen,  Briggsville, 
Wis.  1122 

Quilt  (The)  pageant;  by  Mrs.  I.  V. 
Landman.  Danville,  111.  [1930]  11 
p.  16mo.  ©  Mar.  7,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb. 
5,  1931;  D  pub.  492;  Mina  Bom 
Landman.  Danville,  111.  1123 

Bed  (The)  of  the  dawn;  a  story  and 
song  service  for  Easter,  story  and 
lyrics  by  Alfred  Barratt,  music  by 
I.  H.  Meredith.  New  York,  N.  Y., 
1931.  16  p.  8vo.  ©  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Jan.  30 ;  D  pub.  27939  ;  Tullar- 
Meredith  company,  New  York.    1124 

Red  Riding  Hood  picks  a  winner;  by 
C.  M.  Layton  [music  by  Crimen 
Primum]  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.  12  p.  4to.  ©  Sept.  11,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub.  27952; 
Eldridge  entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  1125 

Regine  Armand.     See  Off  stage. 

Relief  pilot ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Bar- 
ton MacLane  [i.  e.  E.  B.  MacLane] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9393 ; 
E.  Barton  MacLane,  106  Bank  St., 
New  York.  1126 

Reluctant  (The)  dragon.  See  Five 
pantomimes. 

Return  (The)  ;  a  character  sketch  by 
E.  Nathanson.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9430;  Elizabeth  Nathan- 
son,   222   S.   Hamlin  Ave.,   Chicago. 

1127 

Rich  (A)  millionaire;  a  comedy  for 
screen  or  stage,  by  L.  C.  Hughes  and 
Ned  Joyce  Heaney.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9239;  Lina  C. 
Hughes,  268  Miller  Ave.,  Freeport, 
N.  Y.  1128 


River  (The)  man;  a  play  by  J.  P. 
Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B.  Oakland. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9458 ; 
J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers,  Ben 
Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St.,  New 
York.  1129 

River  of  Life;  [by]  F.  Nobles.  Stone- 
wall, N.  C,  [1931]  24  p.  8vo.  © 
Feb.  7,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  9;  D  pub. 
564 ;  Flossie  Nobles,  Stonewall,  N.  C. 

1130 

Robin  Hood ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  W.  F. 
Manlev.  (American  school  of  the 
air,  Jan.  14,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9217;  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  1131 

Rockery  Nook ;  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by 
Ben  Travers.  [London,  1930]  3  p. 
1.,  129,  [1]  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  14, 
1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  D  pub.  9211 ; 
Ben  Travers,  Hillain,  Burnham, 
Somerset,  England.  1132 

Room  to  rent,  lit  and  het ;  a  1-act 
play,  by  Ida  M.  Barnes.  Franklin, 
O.,  Denver,  1930.  23  p.  12mo.  © 
Oct.  29,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D 
pub.  551 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1133 

Run  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Elihu 
W.  Morer  [pseud,  of  E.  Ginsburg] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9182  ; 
Elias  Ginsburg,  505  Lincoln  PL, 
Brooklyn.  1134 

Saving  (The)  streak;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  Halsey.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9232;  Forrest  Halsey,  52 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  1135 

Scarlet;  a  sketch  by  M.  Fulton.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  unpub.  9233; 
Maude  Fulton,  1418  N.  Ogden  Drive, 
Hollywood,  Calif.  1136 

Schlemeal ;  a  comedy  drama  by  M. 
Thomashefsky.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9462;  Max  Thom- 
ashefsky, 7  Beach  Court,  Brighton 
Beach,  N.  Y.  1137 

School  for  virtue;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Ebenhack.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25. 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9410 ;  Arthur  Eben- 
hack, 50  Vanderbilt  Ave.,  New  York. 

1138 

Scores  even ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Peg 
Burrows  [i.  e.  M.  E.  Burrows]  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9432; 
Margaret  E.  Burrows,  27  Grace 
Court,  Brooklyn.  1139 

Scotch  love;  a  comedy  in  2  acts,  from 
Die  erste  beste,  by  Rudolph  Schan- 
zer  and   Ernst  Welisch,   adaptation 


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pt.  i.  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Scotch  love — Continued, 
and  lyrics  by  L.  B.  Barratt.  music 
by  Oscar  Straus,  adaptation  and  ad- 
ditional number,  by  W.  Ortmann. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  un- 
pub.  9181 ;  Louise  Bascom  Barratt, 
15  W.  67th  St.,  and  William  Ort- 
mann, Park  Central  Hotel,  New 
York.  1140 

Scotland  Yard ;  a  radio  sketch  by 
Richard  A.  Martinsen,  no.  14, 
adapted  from  The  crime  of  Mr. 
Crayle.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub.  9095;  Dell  pub.  co.,  100  5th 
Ave.,  New  York.  1141 

■ no.    15,    adapted    from    Good 

bills  and  bad.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9172;  Dell  pub.  co.,  100 
5th  Ave.,  New  York.  1142 

no.  16,  adapted  from  Spears 


of  death.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9403 ;  Del  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  1143 

Second  Avenue ;  a  play  in  5  acts  with 
an  induction,  by  Samuel  G.  Meister- 
man.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9203;  Sadie  Meisterman,  609  1.8th 
Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J.  1144 

Secrets  for  sinners;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  Lee  Shanaphy  [i.  e.  J. 
L.  A.  Shanaphy]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9343;  John  L.  A. 
Shanaphy,  2979  Blvd..   Jersey  City. 

1145 

Selfish  (The)  giant.  See  Maltine 
(The)   story  hour. 

Senator's  (The)  husband;  a  comedy 
in  prologue  and  3  acts,  by  Fred  Bal- 
lard. ©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9484;  John  Frederick  Ballard. 
Colony  Hall,  Peterboro,  N.  H.     1146 

Service  for  two ;  a  musical  play  in  2 
acts,  book  by  B.  M.  Laidlaw  and 
Robert  D.  Lively,  music  and  lyrics 
by  B.  M.  Laidlaw.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9312  ;  Betty 
Morse  Laidlaw,  423  W.  120th  St., 
New  York.  1147 

Service  station  ;  by  S.  E.  Rauh.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9176 ;  Stanley 
E.  Rauh,  16  Beekman  PL,  New  York. 

1148 

Sexe  ( Le )  fort ;  comedie  en  3  actes, 
par  A.  Gillet.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931; 
I)  unpub.  9264;  Amable  Gillet.  36 
Rue  de  TAbbe-d-PEpee,  Marseilles, 
Franco.  1149 

Sez  you !  a  comedy-drama  of  backstage 
l|f0  in  New  York  and  Hollywood,  in 
3  acts,  by  G.  Graves.     ©  1  c.  Feb. 


21.  1931;  D  unpub.  9398;  Gordon 
Graves,  2005  N.  Highland  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  1150 

She  went  to  the  cupboard ;  a  new 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  E.  Crooker.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  9174; 
Earle  Crooker,  San  Rafael  Hotel, 
45th  St.  W.,  New  York.  1151 

She's  not  so  dumb ;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
V.  Manning.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9279;  Violet  Manning, 
P.  O.  Box  385,  Fremont.  Neb.      1152 

Shellfire;  a  3  act  play  by  Robert 
Kasper.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9456 ;  Robert  A.  Kasper,  The 
Kasperidge,  Sawyer.  Mich.  1153 

Shirley  Le  Mar ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  C.  McClintock-Starek.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9381;  M. 
Calista  McClintock-Starek,  25  Bell 
St.,  Chagrin  Falls,  O.  1154 

Short  (The)  cut.  See  Ten  plays  for 
little  theatres. 

Silence ;  a  playlet,  by  Emmy  Barbier 
and  Lewis  Allen  Browne.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9354 ;  Emily 
Montesano,  608  Park  Ave.  W..  New 
York.  1155 

Single  with  bath ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Alice  Hanlon  [i.  e.  A.  H.  Sabin] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9165 ; 
Alice  Hanlon  Sabin,  Wellington 
Hotel.  55th  St,  New  York.  1156 

Sinners  abroad ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
D.  Clift.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9326;  Denison  Clift,  613  N. 
Rodeo  Drive,  Beverly  Hills,  Calif. 

1157 

Sinners  crisis ;  a  4-act  tragedy,  bv  R. 
L.  Grace.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9282;  Robert  Lawrence 
Grace,  20043  Northlawn  St.,  Detroit. 

1158 

Sir  Gawain  and  the  Green  Knight ; 
adapted  for  radio,  by  W.  F.  Mauley. 
(American  school  of  the  air)  © 
1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  9222; 
William  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk.  Conn.  1159 

Slanguage;  a  play,  by  A.  L.  Golden- 
berg.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  10.  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9216;  Alfred  L.  Goldenberg,  3614 
Dawson  St..  Pittsburgh.  1160 

Sleeping  (The)  Beautv ;  a  play,  by 
M.  E.  Clifford.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  7,  1931  ; 
D  unpub.  9281 :  Margaret  Ellen  Clif- 
ford,   71   Carroll    St..   Portland.   Me. 

1161 

Sleeping  (The)  Beauty.  See  also  Five 
pantomimes. 


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1182 


Smith  (The)  family;  a  play  for  radio 
and  stage,  by  H.  Lawrence.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9196 ;  Harry 
Lawrence,  6  W.  Erie  St.,  Chicago. 

1162 

Smoking  room  sketches ;  by  F.  Gabriel- 
son.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9408:  Frank  Gabrielson,  632  S.  6th 
Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  1163 

Snow  (The)  man.  See  Maltine  story 
hour. 

Snow  White  and  Rose  Red.  See  Mal- 
tine story  hour. 

Social  service;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  T. 
Lewis  and  J.  Halloran.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
9.  1931:  D  unpub.  9234;  Therese 
Lewis,  Blackstone  Hotel,  &  John 
Halloran.  60  W.  48th  St.,  New  York. 

1164 

Some  marry  young;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  E.  G.  Lavery.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5.  1931;  D  unpub.  9149;  Emmet  G. 
Laverv.  25  Market  St.,  Poughkeep- 
sie,  N.  Y.  1165 

Something  borrowed ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
bv  J.  K.  Hawkes  and  B.  Turnbull. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  18.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9402 ; 
James  Kerby  Hawkes,  23  W.  97th 
St.  and  Blanche  Turnbull,  5th  Ave. 
&  61st  St.,  New  York.  1166 

Southern  exposure:  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Laura  Adair  and  T.  Scofield. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9166 ; 
Thomas  Scofield,  25  Popham  Rd., 
Scarsdale,  N.  Y.  1167 

Spears  of  death.     See  Scotland  Yard. 

Spectacle  (The)  ;  a  drama  of  the  great 
ballyhoo,  in  3  acts,  by  T.  F.  Dona- 
hue. ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9078 ;  Thomas  F.  Donahue,  842  Ains- 
lie  St.,  Chicago.  1168 

Speed  (Greased  brakes)  ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  B.  Lyndon.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
27.  1931;  D  unpub.  9463;  Barre 
Lyndon,  27  Shaftesbury  Ave.,  Lon- 
don. 1169 

Spite  (The)  fence;  a  3-act  comedy- 
drama,  by  Charles  George.  Frank- 
lin, O.,  Denver,  1930.  98  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  Sept.  14,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  543;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

1170 

Sport  (The)  ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
D.  P.  McAstocker.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9390;  David  P.  Mc- 
Astocker. 710  S.  13th  St.,  Tacoma. 

1171 


Standish  pride.  See  Ten  plays  for 
little  theatres. 

Stanley  takes  the  business;  a  good 
play  [in  3  acts]  by  Emma  Bell 
Hauch.  Franklin,  O.,  1930.  26  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Sept.  30,  1930 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  533 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1172 

Story  (The)  book  fantasy;  in  1  act,, 
with  prologue  and  epilogue,  by  M. 
Graham.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9294:  Myrtle  Graham,  1519 
Missouri  Ave.,  Omaha.  1173 

Story  of  the  railroad;  a  radio  sketch 
by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (American 
school  of  the  air.  Feb.  23,  1931)  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9440; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 

1174 

Straight   (A)    woman.     See  Legalized. 

Strange  difficulties ;  a  farce,  by  E.  N. 
Cocklin.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25),  1931;  D 
unpub.  9405;  Emilie  Nell  Cocklin, 
1170  Wagner  Ave.,  Philadelphia. 

1175 

Strange  faces;  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Bachman.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  9257;  Abraham 
Bachman,  826  S.  Eastman  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  1176: 

Streak  o'rust:  a  radio  sketch  by  R.  V. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9380;  Crosley  radio  corp., 
Colerain   Ave.,    Cincinnati.  1177 

Street-corner ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts, 
by  Arnold  Daly.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9477;  James  Arnold 
Daly,  471  W.  165th  St.,  New  York. 

1178 

Strife;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  B.  Gross. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9253 ; 
Beatrice  Gross,  1650  N.  Richmond 
St.,  Chicago.  1179 

Suitors;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  D.  A. 
Balch.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9464;  David  Arnold  Balch, 
Blauvelt,  N.  Y.  1180 

Sun  (The)  is  coming  out;  a  1-act  play 
of  rural  life,  by  Nellie  S.  Russell. 
Franklin,  O.  [1931]  16  p.  12mo. 
©  Feb.  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11 ;  D  pub. 
493;  Farquhar  play  bureau,  Frank- 
lin, O.  1181 

Sunshine  lane ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Eugene  G.  Hafer.  Franklin,  O., 
Denver,  1930.  96  p.  12mo.  ©  Sept. 
24,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub. 
548 ;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1182 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.  v.  4 


Taste  (A)  for  caviar;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  K.  Johnston.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9156;  Kelvin  John- 
ston, Hotel  Shelton,  New  York. 

1183 

Taxi,  taxi !  a  sketch  by  T.  Lewis  and 
J.  Halloran.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9127;  Therese  Lewis, 
Blackistone  Hotel  and  John  Hallo- 
ran,  60  W.  48th  St.,  New  York.    1184 

Television;  4  skits  and  a  prologue,  by 
D.  A.  Strachan.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  29. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9132;  Douglas  Alan 
Strachan,  3428  Montclair  Ave.,  De- 
troit. 1185 

Ten  nights  in  a  bar  room.  See  Cursed 
by  his  thirst. 

Ten  plays  for  little  theatres ;  by  Per- 
cival  Wilde.  Boston,  Little,  Brown, 
and  company,  1931.  4  p.  1.,  [3]- 
259  p.  music.  12mo.  Contents : 
Gadgets.  —  Standish  pride.  —  The 
thing. — The  lost  Elevator. — Lot's 
wife. — What  never  dies. — The  short 
cut. — Vignette. — Out  of  the  mouths 
of. — The  Great  American  drama.  © 
Feb.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  11;  D  pub. 
560;  Percival  Wilde,  Sharon.  Conn. 

1186 

Thankful  at  last;  a  Thanksgiving- 
play,  by  Bernice  Anderson  Call. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  11  p. 
12mo.  ©  July  11,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11. 
1931;  D  pub.  502;  Eldridge  enter- 
tainment   house,    inc.,    Franklin,    O. 

1187 

That  crucial  affair;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Edna  Drake  Scudder.  Boston 
[1931]  85  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  4,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  9 ;  D  pub.  573 ;  Edna  Drake 
Scudder,  New  York.  1188 

That  newspaper  woman;  a  comedy- 
drama  in  5  acts,  with  3  songs  and  a 
dance  pantomime,  by  M.  Popp. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9241;  Magdalen  Popp,  3977 
Sheridan  Ave.,  Detroit.  1189 

That  story  old ;  a  1-act  comedy,  by  D. 
B.  Sorlin.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9303 ;  Daniel  Bror  Sorlin, 
10  Smith  Lane,  Worcester.         1190 

Theatre ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Jack 
Preston  [pseud,  of  J.  P.  Buschlen] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9413;  John  Preston  Buschlen,  1142 
N.  Vista  St.,  Hollywood,  Calif.    1191 

They  teach  English ;  by  Dora  Mary 
Macdonald.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver, 
1930.    23  p.     12mo.    ©  Oct.  9,  1930; 


2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  534 ;  Eld- 
ridge entertainment  house,  inc., 
Franklin,  O.  1192 

Thing  (The)  See  Ten  plays  for  little 
theatres. 

Thing  (The)  he  loves;  a  melodrama 
in  3  acts,  by  Larry  Hazard  [i.  e. 
Lawrence  Hazard]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9459 ;  Lawrence 
Hazard,  3  Howard  St.,  New  London, 
Conn.  1193 

Thing  (A)  of  beauty  (An  exquisite 
quest)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts  and  a  pro- 
logue, based  upon  the  life  of  John 
Keats,  by  De  W.  Bodeen.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9285;  De 
Witt  Bodeen,  903  Heliotrope  Drive, 
Hollywood,  Calif.  1194 

Third    (The)    generation;   a  drama  in 

3  acts,  by  Ward  Vernon  [i.  e.  W.  W. 
Vernon]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9236 ;  William  WTard  Vernon, 
52  Elm  St.,  Montclair,  N.  J.       1195 

This  is  New  York;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Robert  Emmet  Sherwood.  New 
York,  Charles  Scribner's  sons,  1931. 
xviii  p.,  4  1,  7--177  p.  12mo.  © 
Jan.  14,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  27;  D  pub. 
569  ;  Robert  E.  Sherwood,  New  York. 

1196 

This  love  business;  a  1-act  comedy, 
by  Watkins  E.  Wright.  Franklin, 
O.,  1930.  27  p.  diagr.  12:mo.  © 
Aug.  23,  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931; 
D  pub.  555 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1197 

This  woman ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Harris  Anson  [i.  e.  M.  H.  Anson] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9400 ; 
Mae  Harris  Anson,  P.  O.  Box  402, 
Carmel,  Calif.  1198 

This  woman  Frances ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  E.  Bisch.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9242;  Louis  E. 
Bisch,  105  E.  38th  St.,  New  York. 

1199 

Those  perfect  Palmers ;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  C.  Savage.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  9422;  Courtenay 
Savage,  225  S.  Lexington  Ave., 
White  Plains,  N.  Y.  1200 

Three  meals  a  day ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Domini  Deane  [pseud,  of 
C.  D.  Delmar]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9470 ;  Clarine  Deane 
Delmar,  2  Cortland  Ave.,  New  Ro- 
chelle,  N.  Y.  1201 

Three  men  and  a  mistress;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  Sherman.     ©  1  c. 


62 


DRAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  2,  1931 


1220 


Feb.  20.  1931;  D  mipnb.  9369:  Har- 
old Sherman.  134  Haven  Ave..  New 
York.  1202 

Time  and  other  marketable  commodi- 
ties; a  plav  in  4  acts,  by  Aurial. 
©  l  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 :  D  unpub. 
9447 :  Fernande  Forthomme  Weir. 
33  Charlton  St..  New  York.  1203 

Timely  (A)  shower;  a  short  play,  by 
Fannie  Mullvain  Nelson.  Frank- 
lin. O..  Denver.  1930.  9  p.  12mo. 
©  Sept.  15.  1930  ;  2  e.  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
1)  pub.  538:  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc..  Franklin,  O.  1204 

Time's  foul.  See  Life  demands,  and 
other  plays. 

T'is    of    thee:    satire    in    7    scenes,    by 

A.  Y.  Goetz.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  4.  1931: 
D  unpub.  9311 :  A  Vincente  Goetz, 
Box  62.  Hazel  Park.  Detroit.       1205 

To  half  and  to  hold;  a  sketch,  by 
D.  Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931: 
D  unpub.  9290:  Daniel  Kusell,  156 
AY.  44th  St..  New  York.  1206 

To  the  son:  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  with 
epilogue,  by  A.  B.  Moody.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  2.  1931:   D  unpub.  9113;   Alan 

B.  Moody,  1926  La  Mesa  Drive. 
Santa  Monica.  Calif.  1207 

Tombstone  or  washing-  machine ;  a  1- 
act  comedy,  by  Annette  E.  Yinje. 
Franklin.  O..  1930.  11  p.  12mo.  © 
July  25.  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931; 
D  pub.  506:  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc..  Franklin,  O.  1208 

Too  good  to  be  true :  a  comedy  dra- 
matic play  in  1  act.  by  G.  O.  Leg- 
gott.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2.  1931 :  D  unpub. 
9081 :  George  Oliver  Leggott.  929 
S.  3d  Ave..  Kankakee.  111.  1209 

Too  perfect:  or,  No  woman  would  do 
it :  a  satirical  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
Alan  Brooks  [pseud,  of  I.  Hayward] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  28.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9489 : 
Irving  Hayward.  70  W.  52d  St.,  New 
York.  1210 

Topaze :  piece  en  4  acres  [par]  Marcel 
Pagnol.  Paris.  1930.  4  p.  1..  [11]- 
284  p..  2  1.  8vo.  ©  June  1.  1930: 
1  c.  Feb.  12.  1931:  D  pub.  9276: 
Fasquelle  editeurs.  Paris.  1211 

Tout  s'arrange ;  comedie  en  3  actes. 
by  G.  Dubois.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12.  1931 ; 
I)  unpub.  9308;  Georges  Dubois,  35 
Rue  de  la  Tombe-Issoire.  Paris. 

1212 

Toys  (The)  that  had  to  wait;  an  un- 
usual Christmas  operetta  for  chil- 
dren,   book,    lyrics    and    music,    by 


Catherine  Allison  Christie.  Frank- 
lin. O.,  and  Denver,  1930.  29  p. 
4to.  ©  Aug.  9.  1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11. 
1931:  I)  pub.  27951;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1213 

Trading  (The)  asset;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Townsend  Burwell  [i.  e. 
J.  T.  Burwell]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9392 :  John  Townsend  Bur- 
well. Millwood,  Ya.  1214 

Traffic  yesterday  and  today ;  a  sketch, 
by  D.  Oppenheim.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9476;  Dave  Oppen- 
heim,  170  W.   74th    St.,   New   York. 

1215 

Tragedie  (Le)  ;  [I],  [YI],  di  Euripide 
[tradotti  da  Ettore  Romagnoli,  con 
incision!  di  A.  De  Carolis  e  A.  Mo- 
roni. Bologna  [1930]  2  v.  illus., 
music.  8vo.  Contents:  [I]  Le 
baccanti.  lone. — [YI]  Elettra. 
Oreste.  ©  Dec.  1.  1930:  1  c.  each 
Dec.  17;  A— Foreign  9901,  9902; 
Casa  ed.  N.  Zanichelli,  Bologna. 
Italy.  1215* 

Treasure  (The)  chest:  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  S.  Graham.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  12.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9252 ;  Manta 
S.  Graham,  434  North  Court,  Ottum- 
wa,  la.  1216 

Treasure  (The)  hunt;  a  3-act  play  [by 
Alta  Toepp]  Franklin,  O.,  1930. 
40  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  4,  1930:  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  535 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin. 
O.  1217 

Trial  by  breakfast ;  a  clever  play  in 
prologue  and  1  act,  by  Wallace 
Mead.  Franklin.  O..  1930.  14  p. 
12mo.  ©  July  26,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  550;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc..  Franklin,  O. 

1218 

Triple  triangles ;  or,  Helen's  affair ; 
a  comedy  in  prologue  and  3  acts,  by 
R.  Imhof.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9330;  Roger  Imhof,  4707 
West  End  Ave.,  Chicago.  1219 

Triumph  (The)  of  the  cross;  an  East- 
er play,  by  Kathleen  Stott.  Frank- 
lin, O.,  Denver,  1930.  16  p.  12mo. 
©  Aug.  23,  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11.  1931 ; 
D  pub.  519 ;  Eldridge  entertainment 
house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1220 

Twenty  years  after.  See  By  their 
speech  shall  ye  know  them. 

Twixt  two  wills.     See  Foam  net. 

Two  friends'  oath.  See  Inventor's 
suicide. 


63 


CATALOGUE   OF   COPYEIGHT  ENTRIES 


1221 


pt.  i,  n.  s.  v.  4 


Two  sons ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by  C.  T. 
Ford.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9212;  Charles  T.  Ford,  508 
Clinton  Ave.,  Brooklyn.  1221 

Uncle  Ben  and  the  baby ;  no.  1,  a 
radio  sketch  by  Ellis  Parker  Butler. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9104 ; 
Radio  authors,  inc.,  120  W.  42d  St., 
New  York.  1222 

Uninvited  (The)  guests;  a  1-act  play, 
by  Elsie  A.  Pausley.  [1931]  [4]  p. 
800.  ©  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  18 ; 
D  pub.  568 ;  Elsie  A.  Pausley,  Provi- 
dence. 1223 

Unknown  (The)  man  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  McLellan.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9386;  Howard  Mc- 
Lellan, 14  Grove  St.,  New  York. 

1224 

Unsolved  (The)  mystery;  a  3-act  play, 
by  Ralph  Mead.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9428;  Ralph  Henry 
Mead,  203  N.  Park  St.,  Merrill,  Wis. 

1225 

Until  doomsday ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  L.  Spectre.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9164 ;  Julian  Leicester 
Spectre,  9  Lorraine  Terrace,  Allston, 
Mass.  1226 

Up  pops  the  landlord ;  a  2  reel  comedy 
by  J.  Quillan.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9077;  John  Quillan,  4555 
Finley  Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif.    1227 

Venere  non  balla  stasera  (Venus  will 
not  dance  tonight)  ;  drama  in  4  atti 
di,  A.  Flamma.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9425 ;  Ario  Flamma, 
3477  Knox  PL,   New  York.         1228 

Vengeance ;  a  3-act  drama  of  the  world 
war.  by  W.  Sinclair  Herman  [i.  e. 
W.  S.  Herman]  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9088;  William  Sinclair 
Herman,  17  Norfolk  St.,  Dorchester, 
Mass.  1229 

Venus  will  not  dance  tonight.  See 
Venere  non  balla  stasera. 

Vestiges.  Bee  Life  demands,  and  other 
plays. 

Vient  de  paraitre.    See  Just  out. 

Vignette;  a  comedy  [by  Percival 
Wilde.  Rev.  ed.  1931]  1  p.  1., 
[205] -216  p.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  31, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  2 ;  D  pub.  562 ;  Perci- 
val Wilde,  Sharon,  Conn.  1230 

Vignette.  See  also  Ten  plays  for  little 
theatres. 

Village  (The)  scribe;  a  comedy  in  2 
acts,   by  R.   J.   Thompson.     ©  1  c. 


Feb.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9277;  Rob- 
ert J.  Thompson,  108  Glenview  Ave., 
Wyncote,  Pa.  1231 

Virtue  triumphant  even  unto  death. 
See  East  Lynne  gone  west. 

Vultures  (The)  ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
H.  Mountford.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9328;  Harry  Mountford, 
300  W.  49th  St.,  New  York.  1232 

Waitin'  fer  sun-up ;  a  1-act  play,  by 
Ethel  G.  Lawrence.  Franklin,  O.,. 
1930.  26  p.  12mo.  ©  Aug.  26,  1930 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  525 ;  Eld- 
ridge  entertainment  house,  inc.,. 
Franklin,  O.  123a 

Walking  back;  or.  Ma,  a  comedy 
drama  by  A.  G.  Keefe.  ©  1  c.  Jan.. 
30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9229;  Ann  G. 
Keefe,  45  W.  47th  St.,  New  York. 

1234 

Walled  in;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Quasman.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9300 ;  Ethel  Quasman,  305 
Linden  Blvd.,  Brooklyn.  1235 

Wanderer  (The)  ;  a  playlet,  by  Mrs.. 
Ivar  Levinsohn  [i.  e.  H.  Levinsohn] 
©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9353 ; 
Hannah  Levinsohn,  1315  Newkirk 
Ave.,  Brooklyn.  1236 

Warrior's  (The)  husband;  a  mytholog- 
ical farce  in  3  acts,  by  J.  F.  Thomp- 
son. ©  1  c.  Feb.  3.  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9100;  Julian  Francis  Thompson,  25 
E.  93d  St.,  New  York.  1237 

We  are  all  slaves  of — ?  a  play  by  H. 
D.  Raffa.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9357 ;  Henry  Dominick  Raffa, 
32  Lancaster  Ave.,  Brooklyn.        1238 

We  take  care  of  every  little  thing; 
a  sketch  by  S.  Raynor.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9399 ;  Sam  Ray- 
nor, 8824  23d  Ave.,  Brooklyn.      1239* 

Week-end  at  the  Websters ;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  E.  R.  Duer.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9483;  Ed- 
ward Rush  Duer,  157  E.  75th  St., 
New  York.  1240 

Westinghams  (The)  of  Pittsburgh;  a 
play  in  3  acts  with  prologue,  by 
M.  E.  Armstrong.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9421 ;  Mary  Ellen 
Armstrong,  211  S.  Dithridge  St., 
Pittsburgh.  1241 

What  never  dies.  See  Ten  plays  for 
little  theatres. 

What  price  ancestors?  a  comedy-drama 
in  3  acts,  by  Harriett  N.  Connell. 
Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930.  78  p. 
12mo.     ©  Sept.  17,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 


64 


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HO.  2, 1931 


1261 


11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  545 :  Eklridge  enter- 
tainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

1242 

What  price  pants?  a  sketch,  by  J.  P. 
Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B.  Oakland. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9202 ; 
J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers  and  Ben 
Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St.,  New  York. 

1243 

What  price  women !  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  W.  Ward.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9169;  Melvin  William 
Ward,  1864  Superior  St.,  Toledo. 

1244 

What  shall  it  profit ;  an  evangelistic 
play  [in  5  scenes]  by  D.  C.  Trapp. 
St.  Cloud.  Minn.,  1931.  2  p.  1.,  10 
numb.   1.     4to.      ©    Feb.    10,   1931; 

2  c.  Feb.  12 ;  D  pub.  559 ;  DeLomian 
Clifford  Trapp.  Saint  Cloud,  Minn. 

1245 

WTkat  women  fight  for ;  a  comedy 
dramatic  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  H. 
Hughes.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  27,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9167 ;  Joseph  H.  Hughes, 
1055  E  3d  St.,  Brooklyn.  1246 

What's  the  matter  with  Mother?  a 
comedy  in  1  act,  by  Z.  Hartman. 
Chicago  [1931]  31  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  Feb.  18,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  20;  D 
pub.  571 ;  T.  S.  Denison  &  co.,  Chi- 
cago. 1247 

Whatsoever  a  man  seweth;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F. 
Manley.  (Graybar  program,  no.  74) 
©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9223 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 
and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1248 

When  better  jails  are  built  we'll  fill 
'em.     See  Better  jails. 

WThen   Greek  meets  Greek;   a  play  in 

3  acts,  by  R.  P.  Mason.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  9141;  Ruth 
Putnam  Mason,  104  E.  57th  St.. 
New  York.  1249 

When  it  is  darkest ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Gregorio  Martinez  Sierra, 
tr.  into  English,  by  R.  F.  Buttice. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9210 ; 
Rose  Frances  Buttice,  8603  102d  St., 
Richmond  Hill,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.         1250 

When  the  Darbys  dieted ;  a  farce  com- 
edy in  1  act,  by  Faye  L.  Mitchell. 
Franklin.  O.,  Denver,  1930.  18  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  July  18,  1930 ;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  526 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1251 

When  the  man  paid ;  a  1  act  playlet, 
by  A.  Denvir.    ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ; 


D  unpub.  9374;  Arthur  Denvir,  51 
W.  82d  St.,  New  York.  1252 

Where  there's  a  will :  a  play  in  1  act 
[by  George  M.  York,  pseud,  of  Geor- 
gia M.  York]  Franklin,  O..  1930. 
25  p.  diagr.  12nio.  ©  Julv  24, 
1930;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931;  D  pub. 
532 ;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1253 

Whittlin' ;  a  comedy  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Verne  Slout.  Franklin,  O., 
1930.  69  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Aug. 
21.  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
553 ;  Eldridge  entertainment  house, 
inc.,  Franklin,  O.  1254 

Who  killed  who?  a  musical  satire,  by 
Murray,  Trivers  &  Oakland.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9155 ; 
J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers  &  Ben 
Oakland.  146  W.  12th  St.,  New  York. 

1255 

Who's  who ;  an  intimate  revue,  with 
sketches,  lyrics  and  music,  by  J.  P. 
Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B.  Oakland. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9250;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Tri- 
vers, Ben  Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St., 
New  York.  1256 

Who's  pound  of  flesh ;  a  satirical  la- 
ment in  3  acts,  with  prologue  and 
epilogue,  by  M.  R.  Krims.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9170 ;  Milton 
Robert  Krims.  136  W.  55th  St.,  New 
York.  1257 

Why  Maurice  wept ;  a  1-act  travesty, 
by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  9,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9207;  Arthur  Denvir.  51 
W.  82d  St.,  New  York.  1258 

Why  the  chimes  rang.  See  Maltine 
story  hour. 

Wie  werde  ich  reich  und  gliicklich? 
ein  kursus  in  10  abteilungen,  von 
Felix  Joachimson,  musik  von  Mischa 
Spoliansky.  Berlin  [1930]  115  p. 
f ol.  On  cover  :  Buhnen-klavieraus- 
zug  zum  dirigieren.  ©  Aug.  6.  1930  ; 
1  c.  Sept.  6;  D  pub.  27958;  Rondo- 
verlag,  g.  in.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  1259 

Will   (The)     See  First  (The)  nighter. 

Wind-swept;  a  tragedy  in  4  acts,  by 
F.  M.  Douglas.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9307;  Frances  Mil- 
dred Douglas,  3274  Cedar  Ave., 
Westmount,  Quebec,  Canada.       1260 

Winning  (The)  of  Mrs.  Bard;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  by  Sara  Elizabeth  Gosse- 
link.  Franklin,  O.,  Denver,  1930. 
21  p.  12mo.  ©  July  28,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  542 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc.,  Franklin, 
O.  1261 


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Winning  schemers ;  a  farce  comedy  in 
3  acts  and  a  prologue,  by  Veda  S. 
McMahan.  Minneapolis,  1931.  59 
p.  12nio.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Jan. 
5 ;  D  pub.  486 ;  Northwestern  press, 
Minneapolis.  1262 

Wire  and  wireless ;  a  play  by  J.  B. 
McKee.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9414 ;  John  Barret  McKee, 
1564  Broadway,  New  York.         1263 

Wise  words ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  R. 
Silverman.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9487 ;  Joseph  Russell  Sil- 
verman, 5541  Everett  Ave.,  Chicago. 

1264 

With  hands  of  clay ;  a  drama  in  5 
acts  and  prologue,  by  I.  F.  Haimo- 
vicz.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9296 ;  Ida  Friedman  Haimovicz, 
1230'  Calvert  St.,  Washington.     1265 

Without  victory ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Kenneth  White.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9391;  Kenneth  Jo- 
seph White,  53  Irving  PL,  New  York. 

1266 

Wonders  of  the  wild ;  no.  1.  Beaver 
wit  and  wisdom,  a  radio  sketch  by 
Royal  Dixon.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  8,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9106 ;  Radio  authors,  inc., 
120  W.  42d  St.,  New  York.         1267 

Work  or  wages;  a  workingman's 
drama  in  2  episodes,  by  Don  Mon- 
caleano  [pseud,  of  J.  F.  M.  Law- 
son]  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9230;  John  F.  Moncaleano  Lawson, 
3513  W.  Pico  St.,  Los  Angeles.    1268 

Wunderbahr  (Die)  See  Cafe  Ameri- 
caine. 

Yesterday — today ;  a  sketch,  by  L.  D. 
Hollister.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9417 ;  Len  D.  Hollister,  130 
W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  1269 

Yesterday's  tomorrow ;  a  comedy  of  to- 
day in  3  acts,  by  M.  J.  Closser  and 
E.  H.  Little.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9387  ;  Emma  Holmer  Little, 

3721  84th  St.,  Jackson  Heights,  N.  Y., 
&  Myla  Jo  Closser,  American 
Woman's  Assn.  Club,  353  W.  57th 
St.,  New  York.  1270 


You  can't  trust  anybody :  a  cbnledy 
skit,  by  Don  Keith  [i.  e.  D.  C.  Keith] 
©  1  c.  Jan.  19.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9351 :. 
Donald  Cain  Keith.  2940  Broadway. 
New  York.  1271 

You  never  can  tell ;  a  sketch,  by  B.  M. 
West.  ©  1  c.  Sept.  22.  1930:  D 
unpub.  9137;  Beverly  Mildred  West. 
200  W.  57th  St.,  New  York.         1272 

Young  (The)  folk's  clubs:  by  Helen 
Bailey.  Franklin.  O.,  Denver.  1930. 
15  p.  12mo.  ©  Nov.  5,  1930;  2  c. 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  D  pub.  537 ;  Eldridge 
entertainment  house,  inc..  Franklin, 
O.  1273 

Young  genius;  a  comedy  in  2  acts,  by 
K.  M.  Hartley.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  6.  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9158;  Kathryn  Marabel 
Hartley.  47  E.  25th  St.,  New  York. 

1274 

Young  (The)  royalist;  a  play  with 
music  in  3  acts,  by  G.  Marks,  music 
by  Alice  McKinstry  and  G.  Marks. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  18.  1931;  D  unpub. 
27957;  Geoffrey  Marks,  Barclays 
Bank.  140  Kings  Rd.,  London.      1275 

Your  eyes  take  liberties !  prologue  to 
a  play,  by  H.  H.  Carey.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9144 ;  Herbert  H. 
Carey,  133  Glen  wood  Ave.,  Jersey 
City.  1276 

Youth  faces  its  problems.  See  Cross- 
roads. 

Youthful  (The)  spy;  a  drama  in  4 
acts,  by  P.  Salvatori.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
20.  1931;  D  unpub.  9368;  Paul  Sal- 
vatori. 1100  Lathrop  Ave..  Forest 
Park,  111.  1277 

7  million  Jones's;  a  comedy  in  3  acts. 
by  F.  A.  Belasco  and  A.  J.  Belasco. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9223  : 
Frances  A.  Belasco  &  Arthur  J. 
Belasco,  357  W.  67th  St..  Los 
Angeles.  1278 

20  (The)  mule  team's  first  trip.  See 
Death  Valley  days. 

1950;  a  sketch,  by  F.  Gabrielson.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9407; 
Frank  Gabrielson,  632  S.  6th  Ave.. 
Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  1279 


Number  of  entries  included  in  Part  1,  group  3,  of  the  Catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931: 

Class   D,    Dramatic    compositions    (including    925    unpublished    and 

other  1-copy  entries) 1.043 

Class  D,  Dramatico-musical  compositions    (including  38  unpublished 

and  other  1-copy  entries) 56 

Total 1,099 

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BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
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As  you  like  it  (Shakespeare's  comedy 
of)  :  edited  with  notes,  by  William 
J.  Rolfe.  ©  John  C.  Rolfe,  4014 
Pine  St.,  Philadelphia,  as  the  child 
of  the  deceased  author.  R  12684, 
Feb.  12,  1931.  1 

Canterbury  pilgrims ;  a  comedy,  by 
P.  Mackaye.  ©  Percy  Mackaye, 
Plainfield,  N.  H.,  as  the  author. 
R  12606,  Feb.  5,  1931.  2 

Comedie  (The)  of  errors;  by  William 
Shakespeare,  edited  with  notes,  in- 
troduction, glossary,  list  of  vario- 
rum readings,  and  selected  criticism, 
by  C.  Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke. 
[First  folio  ed.]  ©  Charlotte 
Porter,  11  Queensbury  St.,  Boston, 
as  one  of  the  authors.  R  12674. 
Feb.  14,  1931.  3 

Comedies  in  miniature;  by  Margaret 
Cameron.  Contents. — Miss  Doul- 
ton's  orchids. — The  burglar. — The 
kleptomaniac. — A  pipe  of  peace. — A 
Christmas  chime. — The  committee 
on  matrimony. — Her  neighbour's 
creed. — Unexpected  guests. — The  P. 
A.  I.  L.  W.  R. — In  a  street-car. — A 
patron  of  art.  ©  Margaret  Cam- 
eron Kilvert,  145  E.  92d  St.,  New 
York,  as  the  author.  R  12605,  Oct. 
8,   1930.  4 

Complete  (The)  work  of  William 
Shakespeare.  v.  1-12,  ed.  by  C. 
Porter  and  Helen  A.  Clarke.  Con- 
tents:  v.  1.  The  tempest. — The 
two  gentlemen  of  Verona. — The 
merry  wives  of  Windsor. — Measure 
for  measure,  v.  2.  The  comedie  of 
errors. — Much  ado  about  nothing. — 
Love's  labour's  lost. — A  midsommer 
night's  clreame. — v.  3.  The  merchant 
of  Venice. — As  you  like  it. — The 
taming  of  the  shrew. — All's  well 
that  ends  well.  v.  4.  Twelfth 
night. — Winters  tale. — King  John. — 
King  Richard  the  Second. — v.  5. 
The  first  part  of  Henry  the 
Fourth. — The  second  part  of  Henry 
the  Fourth.— Henry  the  Fifth. — v. 
6.  The  first,  second  and  third  parts 
of  Henry  the  Sixth. — v.  7.  Richard 
the     Third. — Henry     the     Eighth. — 


Titus  and  Andronicus. — v.  8.  Corio- 
lanus. — Romeo    and    Juliet. — Tymon 


»f    Athens.- 


9.    Julius    Caesar. 


Macbeth.— Hamlet.— v.  10.  King 
Lear. — Othello-Anthonie  and  Cleo- 
patra.— v.  11.  Cymbeline. — Troylus 
and  Cressida.  —  Pericles.  —  v.  12. 
Venus  and  Adonis. — The  rape  of 
Lucrece.  ©  Charlotte  Porter,  11 
Queensbury  St.,  Boston,  as  one  of 
the  authors.  R  12660-12666,  12668- 
12672,  each  Feb.  14,  1931.  5-16 

Cross  and  crescent ;  an  eastern  ro- 
mance, in  a  prologue  and  6  acts,  by 
Joseph  Arthur.  ©  Charlotte  W. 
Zimmerman,  211  Secor  Lane,  Pel- 
ham  Manor,  N.  Y.,  as  the  next  of 
kin  of  the  author,  who  is  not  living. 
R  12599,  Feb.  5,  1931.  17 

Hamlet,  prince  of  Denmark  (Shake- 
speare's tragedy  of)  ;  edited  with 
notes,  by  William  J.  Rolfe.  © 
John  C.  Rolfe,  4014  Pine  St.,  Phila- 
delphia, as  the  child  of  the  deceased 
author.     R  12680,  Feb.  12,  1931.     18 

Julius  Caesar  (Shakespeare's  tragedy 
of)  ;  edited  with  notes,  by  William 
J.  Rolfe.  ©  John  C.  Rolfe,  4014 
Pine  St.,  Philadelphia,  as  the  child 
of  the  deceased  author.  R  12688, 
Feb.    12,   1931.  19 

Kin  Fu :  or,  The  pursuit  of  happiness ; 
an  oriental  comedy  opera  in  3  acts, 
adapted  from  the  Hungarian  of 
Jeno  Farago,  by  Willard  Holcomb, 
music  by  Gaza  Markus,  music  rev. 
and  extra  numbers  by  I.  Witmark. 
[Libretto  only]  ©  Isidore  Wit- 
mark,  321  W.  44th  St.,  New  York, 
as  the  author  of  additional  lyrics. 
R  12369,  Jan.  16,  1931.  20 

King  Lear  (Shakespeare's  tragedy 
of)  ;  ed.  with  notes,  by  William  J. 
Rolfe.  ©  John  C.  Rolfe,  4014  Pine 
St.,  Philadelphia,  as  the  child  of  the 
deceased  author.  R  12683,  Feb.  12, 
1931.  21 

Love's  labour's  lost;  by  William 
Shakespeare,  edited  with  notes,  in- 
troductions, glossaries,  lists  of  vari- 


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Love's  labour's  lost — Continued. 

orum  readings,  and  selected  criti- 
cisms, by  C.  Porter  and  Helen  A. 
Clarke.  ©  Charlotte  Porter,  11 
Queensbury  St.,  Boston,  as  one  of 
the  authors.    R  12647,  Feb.  14,  1931. 

22 

Macbeth  (Shakespeare's  tragedy  of)  ; 
edited  with  notes,  by  William  J. 
Rolfe.  ©  John  C.  Rolfe,  4014  Pine 
St.,  Philadelphia,  as  the  child  of  the 
deceased  author.  R  12679,  Feb.  12, 
1931.  23 

Mademoiselle  de  La  Seigliere  ;  comedie 
par  Jules  Sandeau,  with  introduc- 
tion, notes  and  vocabulary  by  E.  M. 
White.  ©  Elizabeth  M.  White,  612 
Ocean  Ave.,  Brooklyn,  as  the 
author.     R  12803,  Feb.  17,  1931.     24 

Merchant  (The)  of  Venice;  by  Wil- 
liam Shakespeare,  eel.  by  F.  E. 
Schelling.  (Gateway  series  [of 
English  texts])  ©  Felix  E.  Schell- 
ing, College  Hall,  U.  of  Pa.,  Phila- 
delphia, as  the  author.  R  12800, 
Feb.  17,  1931.  25 

Merchant  (The)  of  Venice  (Shake- 
speare's comedy  of)  ;  ed.  with  notes, 
by  William  J.  Rolfe.  ©  John  C. 
Rolfe,  4014  Pine  St.,  Philadelphia, 
as  the  child  of  the  deceased  author. 
R  12687,  Feb.  12,  1931.  26 

Midsommer  (A)  night's  dreame;  by 
William  Shakespeare,  ed.  with 
notes,  introductions,  glossaries,  lists 
of  variorum  readings,  and  selected 
criticisms,  by  C.  Porter  and  Helen 
A.  Clarke.  ©  Charlotte  Porter,  11 
Queensbury  St.,  Boston,  as  Gne  of 
the  authors.    R  12646,  Feb.  14,  1931. 

27 

Midsummer  (A)  night's  dream  (Shake- 
speare's comedy  of)  ;  edited  with 
notes  by  William  J.  Rolfe.  ©  John 
C.  Rolfe,  4014  Pine  St.,  Phila- 
delphia, as  the  child  of  the  de- 
ceased author.  R  12690,  Feb.  12, 
1931.  28 

Othello,  the  Moor  of  Venice  (Shake- 
speare's tragedy  of)  :  ed.  with  notes, 
by  William  J.  Rolfe.  ©  John  C. 
Rolfe,   4014  Pine    St.,   Philadelphia, 


as  the  child  of  the  deceased  author. 
R  12682,  Feb.  12,  1931.  29 

Parsifal;  a  mystical  drama,  by  Rich- 
ard Wagner,  retold  in  the  spirit  of 
the  Bayreuth  interpretation,  by  O. 
Huckel.  ©  Oliver  Huckel,  24  Maple 
Ave.,  Greenwich,  Conn.,  as  the 
author.     R  12653,  Feb.  14,  1931. 

30 

Partir  a  tiempo ;  commedia  en  1  acto, 
por  Don  Mariano  Jos&  de  Larra, 
with  notes  and  a  vocabulary,  by  E. 
B.  Nichols.  ©  Edwin  B.  Nichols, 
708  E.  Seminary  St.,  Greenc.astle, 
Ind.,  as  the  author.  R  12815,  Feb. 
17,  1931.  31 

Pursuit  (The)  of  happiness.  See  Kin 
Fu. 

Raven  (The)  ;  a  play  in  4  acts  and  a 
tableau,  by  George  C.  Hazelton,  jr. 
©  Byrd  C.  Hazelton,  142  E.  18th  St., 
New  York,  as  the  widow  of  the 
author.     R  12789,  Feb.  24,  1931.     32 

Rose  Bernd ;  [schauspiel  in  5  akten, 
von]  G.  Hauptmann.  ©  Gerhart 
Hauptmann,  Haus  Wiesenstein, 
Agnetendorf  (Riesengeb.)  Germany, 
as  the  author.  R  12408,  Jan.  29, 
1931.  33 

Royal  chef;  a  musical  comedy  in  3 
acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  G.  E,  Stod- 
dard and  Chas.  S.  Taylor,  music  by 
Ben  J.  Jerome.  [Libretto  only]  © 
George  E.  Stoddard,  c/o  W.  H. 
Leahy,  234  W.  44th  St.,  New  York, 
as  one  of  the  authors.  R  12545, 
Feb.  4,  1931.  34 

Seirine;  an  eastern  romance,  in  a  pro- 
logue and  6  acts,  by  Joseph  Arthur. 
©  Charlotte  W.  Zimmerman,  211 
Secor  Lane,  Pelham  Manor,  N.  Y., 
as  the  next  of  kin  of  the  author, 
who  is  not  living.  R  12600,  Feb.  5, 
1931.  35 

Si  (El)  de  las  nifias ;  comedia  en  3 
actos  por  Leandro  Fernandez  de 
Moratin,  with  introduction,  notes 
and  vocabulary,  by  J.  Geddes,  jr., 
and  F.  M.  Josselyn,  jr.  ©  James 
Geddes,  jr.,  39  Fairmont  Ave., 
Brookline,  Mass.,  as  one  of  the 
authors.     R  12795,  Feb.  17,  1931. 

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Africa  shrieks ;  no.  1151.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9 :  M  22i<l ;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  1280 

Alaska ;  no.  4654.  (Eddie  Lambert 
in  Laff  tours;  no.  1)  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
19  :  M  2325 ;  Warner  bros.  pictures, 
inc..  New  York.  1281 

All  women  are  bad.  See  Don't  bet  on 
women. 

Aloha  ;  story  by  Thomas  H.  luce  and 
J.  G.  Hawks,  adaptation  and  con- 
tinuity by  Adele  Buffington,  dialogue 
by  Leslie  Mason  and  W.  Totman, 
directed  by  Albert  Rogell.  9  reels. 
©  Feb.  4.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9 :  L  1962 ;  Tiffany  productions, 
inc.,  New  York.  1282 

Angel  cake:  no.  1179-80.  2  reels.  © 
Feb.  20,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  26;  M  2352;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  1283 

Animal  (The)  fair:  by  John  Foster  & 
Mannie  Davis.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  31, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  3 ; 
M  2268 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1284. 

Around  the  Samovar ;  story  by  Rube 
Welch,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  28;  L  2009;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    1285 

Art  (The)  of  rug  weaving;  by  Row- 
land Rogers.  Reel.  ©  Sept.  30, 
1930;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19, 
1931 ;  M  2344 ;  Rowland  Rogers  pic- 
ture service,  inc.,  Long  Island  City, 
N.  Y.  1286 

Ayr?)  eiv  i]  fcoi?!  Such  is  life;  by  Orpheu- 
B.  Caravis,  directed  by  James  Vin- 
cent. ©  title,  description  and  25 
prints  reed.  Feb.  28,  1931;  L  2014; 
Anthony  J.  Danas,  New  York.     1287 

Beau  ideal ;  story  by  Percival  C. 
Wren,  screen  play  by  Paul  Schofield, 
adapted  by  Elizabeth  Meehan,  di- 
rected by  Herbert  Brenon.  9  reels. 
©  Dec.  31,  1930;  2  c.  and  descrip- 


tion Feb.  6,  1931;  L  1955;   R  K  O 
radio   pictures,    inc.,    New   York. 

1288 

Becoming  lines  sell  apparel ;  by  Row- 
land Rogers.  Reel.  ©  May  23, 
1930 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19, 
1931;  M  2345;  Rowland  Rogers  pic- 
ture service,  inc.,  Long  Island  City, 
N.  Y.  1289 

Believe  it  or  not ;  no.  1172.  ( Robert 
L.  Ripley;  no.  8)  Reel.  ©  Feb.  20, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26; 
M  2355 ;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York. 

1290 

Big  time  Charlie ;  story  by  George  Le- 
Maire  and  Lew  Hearn,  produced  and 
directed  by  George  Le  Maire.  2 
reels.  ©  Oct.  6,  1929 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  24,  1931;  L  2000; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

1291 

Birds  of  a  feather.  (No.  16  of  Silly 
symphony)  Reel.  ©  Feb.  10,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  11 ;  M 
2300 :  Walt  Disnev  productions,  ltd., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  1292 

Body  and  soul;  from  the  play  Squad- 
rons by  Elliott  White  Springs  and 
A.  E.  Thomas,  written  for  the  screen 
by  Jules  Furthman,  directed  by  Al- 
fred Santell.  9  reels.  ©  Feb.  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19 ; 
L  1988;  Fox  film  corp.,  New  York. 

1293 

Boss's  (The)  orders;  written  and  di- 
rected by  Fred  Guiol.  2  reels.  © 
Aug.  31,  1930;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  24,  1931;  L  1998;  Pathe  ex- 
change, inc.,  New  York.  1294 

Call  (The)  of  the  circus.  See  Spell  of 
the  circus. 

Campus  champs ;  story  by  Chas.  A. 
Callahan  and  Nat  Carr,  screen  play 
by  Harry  Fraser,  directed  by  Fred 
Guiol.  2  reels.  ©  Jan.  27,  1931  r 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19  ;  L  1986 ; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

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Caught  cheating ;  story  and  screen  play 
hy  W.  Scott  Darling,  directed  by 
Frank  Strayer.  7  reels.  ©  Jan.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Jan.  31 ; 
L  1939;  Tiffany  productions,  inc., 
New  York.  1296 

Champion  (The)    See  Leather  pushers. 

Chills  and  fever ;  story  and  direction 
by  Arch  B.  Heath.  2  reels.  ©  Apr. 
27,  1930;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
24,  1931;  L  2001;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1297 

Chisel ers  (The)  ;  dialogue  by  H.  M. 
Walker,  directed  by  James  W. 
Home.  3  reels,  ©  Feb.  9,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9 ;  L  1959 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  1298 

College  cuties ;  story  by  Dick  Smith 
and  Neal  Burns,  directed  by  Nat 
Ross.  2  reels.  ©  Jan.  28,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  17 ;  L  1982 ; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  1299 

Court  plastered;  no.  1165.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2290;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  1300 

Cowboy  blues ;  by  John  Foster  and 
Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  15, 
1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  17 ; 
M  2311;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1301 

Crazy  house.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  11, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  11 ; 
M  2299;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  1302 

Curiosities.  1  reel  each.  ©  W.  A. 
films,  inc.,  New  York.  1303,  1304 

C217.     ©  Jan.  8,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  4;  M  2271. 
C218,     ©   Jan.    31,    1931;    2  c.    and 
description  Feb.  18;  M  2315. 

Dance,  fools,  dance ;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  Aurania  Rouverol,  conti- 
nuity by  Richard  Schayer,  directed 
by  Harry  Beaumont.  9  reels.  © 
Feb.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  16;  L  1980;  Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

1305 

Dance  hall  Marge ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  John  A.  Waldron,  Earl  Rodney, 
Walter  Weems  and  Jack  Jevne,  di- 
rected by  Mack  Sennett.  2  reels.  © 
Jan.  18,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  17 ;  L  1983 ;  Mack  Sennett,  inc., 
Studio  City,  Calif.  1306 

Dane  Arthur  series.  See  Dumbells  in 
derbies. 


Dangerous  daze;  story  by  Douglas 
Doty  and  Nick  Barrows,  directed  by 
William  Nye.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  25, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26; 
L  2006;  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  1307 

Desert  vengeance;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Stuart  Anthony,  directed  by 
Louis  King.  7  reels.  ©  Feb.  2, 
1931;  2  c.  Feb.  3;  description  Feb. 
5;  L  1952;  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  1308 

Devil  sea ;  written  and  directed  by 
Mort  Blumenstock.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
27,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
28;  L  2013;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  1309 

Dogs  of  solitude ;  supervised  by  Elmer 
Clifton  and  Alfred  Mannon.  (No. 
21  of  Vagabond  adventure  series) 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  17;  M  2310;  Pathe 
exchange,  inc.,  New  York.  1310 

Donkey  business;  no.  1177.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2293;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  1311 

Don't  bet  on  women ;  from  the  original 
story  All  women  are  bad  by  William 
Anthony  McGuire,  screen  play  and 
dialogue  by  Lynn  Starling  and  Leon 
Gordon,  direct  by  Wm.  K.  Howard. 

8  reels.  ©  Jan.  29,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  9 ;  L  1958 ;  Fox  film 
corp.,  New  York.  1312 

Dracula ;  from  the  book  by  Bram 
Stoker,   directed  by   Tod  Browning. 

9  reels.  ©  Feb.  2,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  3;  L  1947;  Univer- 
sal pictures  corp.,  New  York.     1313 

Duffer  swings ;  directed  by  Clyde 
Elliott.  (No.  2  of  Golf)  ©  Feb.  15, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  17; 
M  2309;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1314 

Dumbbells  in  derbies;  dialogue  and 
continuity  by  Johnnie  Brey,  story 
and  direction  by  Lewis  R.  Foster. 
(No.  5  of  Dane  Arthur  series)  2 
reels.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  16;  L  1978;  Standard 
cinema  corp.,  New  York.  1315 

Easiest  (The)  way;  from  the  play  by 
Eugene  Walter,  adapted  by  Edith 
Ellis,  directed  by  Jack  Conway.  8 
reels.  ©  Feb.  19,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  19;  L  1987;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp.. 
New  York.  1316 


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East  Lynne ;  directed  by  Frank  Lloyd. 
10  reels.  ©  Feb.  4.  1931:  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  26;  L  2005;  Fox 
film  corp..  New  York.  1317 

Eddie  Lambert  in  Laff  tours;  no.  1. 
See  Alaska. 

Educational  film  service.  Sec  Know 
your  business. — Personal  effective- 
ness. 

Ex-mistress.     See  My  past. 

Fighting  caravans;  story  by  Zane 
Grey,  screen  play  by  Edward  E. 
Paramore.  jr.,  Keene  Thompson  and 
Agnes  Brand  Leahy,  directed  by 
Otto  Brower  and  David  Burton.  10 
reels.  ©  Feb.  13,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  16;  L  1977;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    1318 

Final  (The)  reckoning.  See  Finger 
prints. 

Finger    prints";    continuity    by    George 
Morgan.    George    H.    Plympton    and 
Basil  Dickey,  directed  by  Ray  Tay- 
lor.    2     reels     each.     ©     Universal 
pictures  corp.,  New  York.    1319,  1320 
Chapter  9.  Flames  of  fury,  story  by 
George  Morgan,  George  H.  Plymp- 
ton and  Basil  Dickey.    ©  Feb.  11. 
1931:    2    c.    Feb.    11;    description 
Feb.  12 ;  L  1969. 
Chapter    10,    The    Final    reckoning, 
story  by  Arthur  B.  Reeve.    ©  Feb. 
17,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  18 ;  description 
Feb.  19;  L  1990. 

Finger-tips  to  beauty ;  by  Rowland 
Rogers.  Reel.  ©  July  1,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  19,  1931;  M 
-346 ;  Rowland  Rogers  picture  serv- 
ice, inc..  Long  Island  City,  N.  Y. 

1321 

Fimi  and  Hattie ;  based  on  Mr.  and 
Mrs.  Haddock  abroad  by  Donald  Og- 
den  Stewart,  adaptation  by  Sam 
Mintz.  screen  play  by  Joseph  L, 
Mankiewicz.  directed  by  Norman 
Taurog  and  Norman  McLeod.  8 
reels.  ©  Feb.  27.  1931 :  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  28;  L  2012;  Para- 
mount publix  corp..  New  York.    1322 

Fish,  fowl  and  fun ;  edited  bv  Jack 
Eaton.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  20,  1930 :  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  24,  1931 :  M 
2337 ;    Pathe    exchange,    inc.,    New 


York. 


1323 


Flames  of  fury.     See  Finger  prints. 

Flood  (The)  ;  adaptation  and  dialogue 
by  John  Thomas  Neville,  directed  by 
James  Tinling.  7  reels.  ©  Feb.  25, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  28; 


L    2008 :     Columbia    pictures     corp.. 
New  York.  1324 

Fore;  directed  by  Clyde  Elliott.     (No. 

1  of  Golf)     Reel.     ©  Feb.  15,  1931 ; 

2  c.  and  description  Feb.  17 ;  M  2308 ; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

1325 

Fourth  (The)  alarm;  story  by  Scott 
Littleton,  directed  by  Philip  H. 
Whitman.  6  reels.  ©  Nov.  1,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9,  1931; 
L  1963 :  Continental  talking  pictures 
corp..  New  York.  1326 

Gentleman's  fate ;  from  the  story  by 
Ursula  Parrott.  dialogue  continuity 
by  Leonard  Praskins.  directed  by 
Mervyn  Le  Roy.  10  reels.  ©  Feb. 
19.  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
20:  L  1991:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
distributing  corp..  New  York.        1327 

George  Jessel  and  the  Russian  art 
choir:  no.  1176.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  20. 
1931:  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26; 
M  2357 :  Yitaphone  corp.,  New  York. 

1328 

Girls  demand  excitement ;  story,  adap- 
tation and  dialogue  by  Harlan 
Thompson,  directed  by  Seymour 
Felix.  7  reels.  ©  Jan.  21,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  2 ;  L  1943 : 
Fox  film  corp..  New  York.  1329 

Golf.     See  Duffer  swings. — Fore. 

Good  times:  no.  1171.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
16.  1931:  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
19;  M  2324;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New 
York.  1330 

Great  (The)  meadow:  from  the  novel 
by  Elizabeth  Madox  Roberts,  adapt- 
ed by  Charles  Brabin  and  Edith 
Ellis,  directed  by  Charles  Brabin. 
9  reels.  ©  Feb.  2.  1931:  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  2;  L  1946;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp.. 
New  York.  1331 

Great  (The)  pants  mystery ;  dialogue 
staged  by  Max  E.  Hayes,  directed  by 
Norman  Taurog.  2  reels.  ©  Feb. 
13,  1931:  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
16 ;  L  1975 ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1332 

Hangover   (The)  :  no.  1160.     Reel.     © 

Feb.   5.    1931 :   2   c.   and   description 

Feb.    9:    M    2287;    Vitaphone    corp., 

%New  York.  1333 

Happiness  (The)  remedy;  story  by 
Walton  Butterfield.  directed  by  Ray 
Cozine.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  13,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  16 ;  L  1976 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

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Haunted  (The)  ship;  by  John  Foster 
and  Mannie  Davis.  Reel.  ©  Apr. 
27.  19301 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
24.  1931;  M  2336:  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1335 

He  loved  her  not ;  storj7  and  dialogue 
by  Beatrice  Van  and  Lloyd  French, 
directed  by  Geo.  E.  Marshall.  2 
reels.  ©  Dec.  31,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  11,  1931:  L  1967; 
R  K  O  productions,  inc..  New  York. 

1336 

Hello  sucker ;  no.  1173,  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
20,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
26;  M  2353;  Vitaphone  Corp.,  New 
York.  1337 

Here  and  there  with  famous  people. 
©  title  reed.  Jan.  30,  1931 ;  descrip- 
tion and  19  prints  reed.  Feb.  2 ;  M 
2267 ;  Neil  P.  Home,  Belleville,  N.  J. 

1338 

High  gear ;  directed  by  George  Stevens. 
3  reels.  ©  Feb.  2,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  2 ;  L  1945 ;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  1339 

Home  of  the  sheikh ;  narrative  by 
Malcolm  La  Prade.  (The  Rambling 
reporter)  Reel.  ©  Feb.  4,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  18 ;  M  2313  ; 
Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

1340 

Honeymoon  (The)  trail;  no.  1117. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  9;  M  2279;  Vitaphone 
corp.,  New  York.  1341 

Hot  and  bothered ;  story  by  Francis  J. 
Martin  and  James  Mulhauser,  di- 
rected by  Charles  Lamont.  2  reels. 
©  Feb,  24,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  25;  L  2002;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  1342 

Hot  sands  ;  no.  1175,  Reel.  ©  Feb.  20, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26; 
M  2356;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York. 

1343 

How  to  wash  fine  fabrics ;  by  Row- 
land Rogers.  Reel.  ©  Aug.  7,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19,  1931; 
M  2347 ;  Rowland  Rogers  picture 
service,  inc.,  Long  Island  City,  N.  Y. 

1344 

Humanette ;  staged  and  directed  by 
Leigh  Jason.     1  reel  each.  • 

1345,  1346 
No.  6,  from  the  original  creation  of 
Bert  Levy.  ©  Dec.  31,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  17,  1931;  L 
1981 ;  R  K  O  productions,  inc., 
New  York. 


No.  7,  dialogue  by  Harold  Tarshis, 
and  Charles  Saxton.  ©  Feb.  7, 
1931 :  2  e.  and  description  Feb.  16  ; 
L  1979 ;  R  K  O  radio  pictures, 
inc.,  New  York. 

I  wonder  who's  kissing  her  now;  di- 
rected by  Dave  Fleischer.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  13.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  16 ;  M  2303 ;  Paramount  publix 
Corp.,   New  York.  1347 

Inspiration  ;  dialogue  by  Gene  Markey, 
directed  by  Clarence  Brown.  10 
reels.  ©  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  9;  L  1960;  Metro- 
Golclwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  1348 

It  happened  in  Hollywood ;  story  and 
dialogue  by  Al  Boasberg,  directed 
by  Ralph  Ceder.  2  reels.  ©  Feb. 
4,  1931;  2  c.  Jan.  26;  description 
Feb.  5;  L  1953;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  1349* 

It  pays  to  advertise ;  from  the  play  by 
Roi  Cooper  Megrue  and  Walter 
Hackett,  adapted  by  Arthur  Kober 
and  Ethel  Doherty,  directed  by 
Frank  Tuttle.  7  reels.  ©  Feb.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  28 ;. 
L  2011;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1350 

Itching  (The)  hour;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  E.  V.  Durling  &  Frank 
Gray,  directed  by  Lewis  R.  Foster. 
(No.  4  of  Louise  Fazenda  series) 
2  reels.  ©  Jan.  22,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  2;  L  1937;  Stand- 
ard cinema  corp.,  New  York.        1351 

Jungle  (The)  fool;  by  John  Foster 
and  Mannie  Davis.  Reel.  ©  Sept. 
15,  1929;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
25,  1931;  M  2343 ;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1352' 

Know  your  business;  vol.  20  (Educa- 
tional film  service)  Reel.  ©  Jan.. 
30,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9 ; 
M  2277 ;  Life  insurance  sales  re- 
search bureau,  Hartford.  1353 

Last  (The)  parade;  story  by  Casey 
Robinson,  screen  play  and  dialogue 
by  Dorothy  Howell,  directed  by 
Erie  C.  Kenton.  9  reels.  ©  Feb. 
12,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  12;  description 
Feb.  14 ;  L  1973 ;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  1354 

Laugh  it  off;  story  by  Walton  Butter- 
field;  directed  Howard  Bretherton. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  13.  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  16;  L  1974;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1355* 


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Leather  pushers;  no.  10,  The  Cham- 
pion, story  by  H.  C.  Witwer,  screen 
play  by  Harvey  Gates,  directed  by 
Albert  Kelley.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  18, 
1931;  2  c.  Feb.  11;  description  Feb. 
19;  L  19N9;  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  1356 

Little  daddy;  directed  by  Robert  Mc- 
Gowan.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  6,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  6  ;  L  1956 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer      distributing 

corp..   New  York.  1357 

Looney  times.     See  Ups'h  downs. 

Louise  Fazenda  series.  See  Itching 
(The)    hour. 

Love  in  the  suburbs ;  story  by  Paul 
Gerard  Smith,  adapted  by  E.  K. 
Nadel,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  30,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description'  Jan.  31 ;  L  1938 ;  Para- 
mount publix  corp..  New  York. 

1358 

Love  (The)  nest;  no.  1157.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  22*4 ;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  1359 

Making  good ;  no.  1163.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9 ; 
M  2289 :  Vitaphone  corp..  New  York. 

1360 

Many  a  slip ;  from  the  stage  play  by 
Edith  Fitzgerald  and  Robert  Riskin. 
screen  play  by  Gladys  Lehman,  di- 
rected by  Yin  Moore.  8  reels.  © 
Feb.  11.  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  11 ;  descrip- 
tion Feb.  12  ;  L  196S ;  Universal  pic- 
tures corp.,  New  York.  1361 

Martinelli  no.  2;  no.  1174.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  17 ;  M  2312 ;  Vitaphone  corp.. 
New  York.  1362 

Masquerade;  no.  1167-68.  2  reels.  © 
Feb.  16.  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  19;  M  2323;  Vitaphone  corp.. 
New  York.  1363 

Millie  :  from  the  novel  by  Donald  Hen- 
derson Clarke,  adaptation  and  con- 
tinuity by  Charles  Kenyon.  dialogue 
by  Charles  Kenyon  &  Ralph  Mur- 
phy, directed  by  John  Francis  Dil- 
lon. 9  reels.  ©  Feb.  6,  1931:  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  18:  L  19S4 ; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc..  New 
York.  1364 

Mr.  and  Mrs.  Haddock  abroad.  See 
Finn  and  Hattie. 

Moonlight  and  romance:  directed  by 
Victor  Heerman.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  20, 
1931:  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  24; 
L  1994:  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1365 


My  past ;  based  on  the  novel  Ex- 
mistress,  screen  adaptation  and  dia- 
logue by  Charles  Kenyon,  directed 
by  Roy  Del  Ruth.  8  reels.  ©  Feb. 
15.  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
19;  L  1993:  Warner  bros.  pictures, 
inc..  New  York.  1366 

Naggers  (The)  go  camping;  no.  1170. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  26;  M  2354;  Vita- 
phone Corp.,  New  York.  1367 

Nine  nights  in  a  barroom;  directed  by 
Sig  Neufield.  2  reels.  ©  Jan.  30, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  4 ; 
L  1951 :  Tiffany  productions,  inc., 
New  York.  1368 

No,  no.  lady ;  story  and  dialogue  by 
John  A.  Waklron,  Earle  Rodney, 
Walter  Weems  and  Jack  Jevne,  di- 
rected by  Eddie  Cline.  .  2  reels.  © 
Jan.  14,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  13:  L  1972:  Mack  Sennett,  inc.. 
Studio  City.  Calif.  1369 

Old  (The)  flame:  no.  1159.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5.  1931  ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9:  M  2286;  Vitaphone  corp.. 
New  York.  1370 

One  big  night ;  story  by  Rube  Welch, 
directed  by  Howard  Bretherton. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  9  ;  L  1965  ;  Paramount 
publix  corp..  New  York.  1371 

Over  the  radio ;  story  by  and  directed 
by  Fred  Guiol.  2  reels.  ©  Jan.  19, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  3; 
L  1950;  Pa  the  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1372 

Parading  pajamas ;  story  by  Margaret 
Echard,  screen  play  by  Wallace  Fox. 
Monte  Carter  and  Charles  Callahan, 
directed  by  Wallace  Fox.  2  reels. 
©  Jan.  21,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  5 ;  L  1954 ;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1373 

Paramount  pictorial.     1  reel  each.     © 

Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1374, 1375 

No.   5.     ©  Jan.   31.   1931;   2  c.   and 
description  Feb.  4 ;  M  2272. 

No.  6.     ©  Feb.  27,  1931:  2  c.   and 
description  Feb.  28 ;  M  2358. 

Paramount  sound  news  :  no.  35.  43-51. 
1  reel  each.  ©  Nov.  29,  Dec.  27. 
31,  1930,  Jan.  3,  7,  10.  14.  17.  21. 
24,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  each 
Feb.  24;  M  2326-2335:  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.       1376-1385 


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Pathe  audio  review ;  edited  by  Terry 
Ramsaye.  1  reel  each.  ©  Pathe  ex- 
change, inc.,  New  York.  1386-1389 
No.  5.     ©  Jan.  25,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Feb.  3 ;  M  2269. 
No.  6.    ©  Feb.  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  10 ;  M  2294. 
No.   7.     ©   Feb.   7,   1931;   2  c.   and 

description  Feb.  17 ;  M  2306. 
No.  8.     ©  Feb.  15,  1931;  2  c.   and 
description  Feb.  26 ;  M  2351. 

Pathe  sound  news.     1   reel  each.     © 

Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

1390-1397 

No.  11,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye 
and  Ray  Hall.  ©  Jan.  24,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  3  ;  M  2270. 

No.  12,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye.  © 
Jan.  28,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  5;  M  2274. 

No.  13,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye. 
©  Jan.  31,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  10;  M  2295. 

No.  14,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye.  © 
Feb.  11,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  13 ;  M  2301. 

No.  15,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye. 
©  Feb.  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  17 ;  M  2307. 

No.  16,  edited  by  Terry  Ramsaye. 
©  Feb.  11,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  19;  M  2316, 

No.  17.  ©  Feb.  14,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  24;  M  2338. 

No.  18.  ©  Feb.  18,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  26;  M  2349. 

Peace  and  quiet;  no.  1152.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2282;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  1398 

Penguin  (The)  family.  ©  title  reed. 
July  31,  1930 ;  description  reed.  Feb. 
27,  1931;  6  prints  reed.  July  31, 
1930 ;  M  2359 ;  Frank  O.  Reilly,  New 
York.  1399 

Penthouse  blues ;  story  by  Rube  Welch, 
directed  by  Mort  Blumenstock. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  24;  L  1995;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1400 

Personal  effectiveness;  vol.  21.  (Edu- 
cational film  service)  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
14 ;  M  2302 ;  Life  insurance  sales  re- 
search bureau,  Hartford.  1401 

Pest  (The)  of  honor;  no.  1118.  Reel. 
©  Dec.  9,  1930 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9,  1931;  M  2280;  Vitaphone 
Corp.,  New  York.  1402 


Pip  (The)  from  Pittsburg;  directed 
by  James  Parrott.  2  reels.  ©  Feb. 
2,  1931 ;  2  c  and  description  Feb.  2 ; 
L  1944;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  1403 

Presenting  the  new  Willys  8-80D ■;. 
film  no.  144,  by  Raymond  J.  Faller. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  30,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  16 ;  M  2304 ;  Willys- 
Overland,  inc.,  Toledo,  O.  1404 

Presenting  the  1931  Willys-Knight ; 
film  no.  145,  by  Raymond  J.  Faller.. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  30,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  16;  M  2305;  Willys- 
Overland,  inc.,  Toledo,  O.  1405 

Radio  racket ;  by  John  Foster.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  22,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  26 ;  M  2350 ;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  .  1406 

Rambling  (The)  reporter.  See  Home 
of  the  sheikh.— Roof  (The)  of 
Europe. 

Revenge  is  sweet;  no.  1132-33.  2 
reels.  ©  Feb.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  19;  M  2322;  Vita- 
phone corp.,  New  York.  1407 

Robert  L.  Ripley.  See  Believe  it  or 
not. 

Rodeo  dough ;  by  Ben  Harris  and 
Manny  Gould.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  23,. 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  25 ; 
M  2340 ;  Columbia  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  1408 

Roof  (The)  of  Europe;  narrative  by 
Malcolm  La  Prade.  (The  Rambling 
reporter)  Reel.  ©  Jan.  22,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  18 ;  M 
2314 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New 
York.  1409 

Royal  (The)  bluff;  story  by  Francis 
J.  Martin  and  James  Mulhauser. 
directed  by  Stephen  Roberts.  2 
reels.  ©  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  3  ;  L  1948  ;  Universal 
pictures  corp.,  New  York.  1410 

Royal  (The)  family.  See  Royal  (The) 
family  of  Broadway. 

Royal  (The)  family  of  Broadway; 
based  on  The  Royal  family  by  Edna 
Ferber  and  George  S.  Kaufman,  di- 
rected by  George  Cukor  and  Cyril 
Gardner.  9  reels.  ©  Jan.  30,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  31 ;  L  1941 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1411 

Royal  (A)  flush;  directed  by  Frank 
T.  Davis.  2  reels.  ©  Oct.  19,  1930 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26,  1931; 
L  2003 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1412 


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no.  2, 1931 


1433 


Runaway  boys;  story  by  Richard 
Cameron,  directed  by  Robert  C. 
Bruce.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  30.  1931 :  2  c. 
and  description  Jan.  31;  L  1940; 
Paramount  publix  corp..  New  York. 

1413 

Sargie's  (The)  playmate;  story  by 
Francis  J.  Martin  and  James  Mul 
hauser,  directed  by  Harry  J.  Ed- 
wards. 2  reels.  ©  Jan.  27,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  28 ;  L  2007 ; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

1414 

Scandal  sheet ;  screen  play  by  Vincent 
Lawrence  and  Max  Ma  rein,  directed 
by  John  Cromwell.  9  reels.  ©  Feb. 
6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9 ; 
L  1961 ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1415 

Seas  beneath ;  story  by  Comdr.  James 
Parker,  U.  S.  N.  ret'd,  screen  play 
and  dialogue  by  Dudley  Nichols,  di- 
rected by  John  Ford.  9  reels.  © 
Jan.  17.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  13;  L  1970;  Fox  film  corp., 
New  York.  1416 

Second  childhood ;  no.  1169.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2292;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  1417 

Selling  rugs  the  right  way,  by  Row- 
land Rogers.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  13, 
1930;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19, 
1931;  M  2348;  Rowland  Rogers 
pictuie  service,  inc.,  Long  Island 
City,  N.  Y.  1418 

Shipwreck.  Walter  Lantz  Bill  Nolan 
cartoon.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  18,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19 ;  M  2318  ; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

1419 

Silly  symphony.  See  Birds  of  a 
feather. 

Simply  killing ;  directed  by  Norman 
Taurog.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  30,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Jan.  31 ;  L  1942  ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1420 

Ski  pilots;  by  Jack  Eaton.  Reel.  © 
Feb.  8,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  25;  M  2342;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc..  New  York.  1421 

Sleepy  head ;  no.  1166.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9 ; 
M  2291 ;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York. 

1422 

Snappy   (The)   caballero.     2  reels.     © 

Feb.   5,    1931;    2  c.   and   description 

Feb.    5;    M    2275;    Metro-Goldwyn- 

Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

1423 


Southerner  (The)  ;  dialogue  continuity 
by  Bess  Meredyth  and  Wells  Root. 
10  reels.  ©  Feb.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  20;  L  1992;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  1424 

Spell  of  the  circus;  chapter  10,  The 
Call  of  the  circus,  story  and  conti- 
nuity by  Ian  McClosky  Heath,  di- 
rected by  Robert  F.  Hill.  2  reels. 
©  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  3  ;  L  1949 ;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,   New  York.  1425 

Squadrons.     See  Body  and  soul. 

Squaring  the  triangle  ;  no.  1158.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2285;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New   York.  1426 

Stage  struck;  story  by  Walter  Cat- 
lett,  screen  play  by  Henry  Johnson,, 
directed  by  Al  Ray.  2  reels.  ©  Jan. 
24,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
19 ;  L  1985 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc., 
New  York.  1427 

Stolen  heaven;  based  on  a  story  by 
Dana  Burnett,  adapted  and  directed 
by  George  Abbott.  8  reels.  ©  Feb. 
20,  1931 ;  2  c.  ancl  description  Feb. 
24  ;  L  1996  ;  Paramount  publix  Corp., 
New  York.  1428 

Strange  (The)  case;  no.  1161.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  9;  M  2288;  Vitaphone  corp.. 
New  York.  1429 

Studio  sap;  story  by  Frank  C.  Griffin 
and  George  Cleethorpe,  directed  by 
Frank  C.  Griffin.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  27, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  28; 
L  2010;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1430 

Such  is  life.     See  Aim)  elv  r;  fco^! 

Sunrise  (The)  trail;  story  and  adapta- 
tion by  Wellyn  Totman,  directed  by 
J.  P.  McCarthy.  6  reels.  ©  Jan.  31, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  6 ; 
L  1957;  Tiffany  productions,  inc., 
New  York.  1431 

Suppressed  (The)  crime;  by  William 
J.  Burns.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  25,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  26 ;  L  2004 ; 
Geo.  Clifford  Reed,  New  York.     1432 

Tale  (A)  of  Tutuila ;  by  Elmer  Clifton 
and  Alfred  Mannon.  (No.  20  of 
Vagabond  adventure  series)  Reel. 
©  Jan.  24,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  10;  M  2296;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1433 


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Talking  turkey ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Benny  Rubin,  Mark  Sandrich, 
Charles  Lamont,  Addison  Burkhart, 
directed  by  Mark  Sandrich.  2  reels. 
©  Dec.  31,  1930 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Feb.  13,  1931 ;  L  1971 ;  R  K  O  radio 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  1434 

Teacher's  pest;  directed  by  Dave 
Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9;  M  2276; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

1435 

Ten  cents  a  dance ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Jo  Swelling,  based  on  the  popu- 
lar song  by  Lorenz  Hart  and  Rich- 
ard Rodgers,  continuity  by  Dorothy 
Howell,  directed  by  Lionel  Barry- 
more.  8  reels.  ©  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  11;  L  1966: 
Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

1436 

Tree  saps;  by  Max  Fleischer,  directed 
by  Dave  Fleischer.     Reel.     ©  Feb. 

23,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb. 
25;  M  2339;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  1437 

Trees  to  Tribunes ;  by  Business  sur- 
vey dept.  Chicago  Tribune.  ©  title 
reed.  Feb.  12,  1931;  description  reed. 
Feb.  24 ;  5  prints  reed.  Feb.  12 ;  M 
2360;  Tribune  co.,  Chicago.         1438 

Trying  them  out ;  story  by  Gordon 
Bostock,  directed  by  Monty  Banks. 
2  reels.  ©  Apr.  25,  1930;  2  c.  and 
description  Feb.  24,  1931;  L  1997; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

1439 

Two  fresh  eggs;  written  and  directed 
by  Monte  Carter.  2  reels.  ©  Aug. 
6,   1930;  2   c.   and   description   Feb. 

24,  1931;  L  1990;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc.,  New  York.  1440 

Two's  company ;  story  by  Rube  Welch, 
directed  by  Howard  Bretherton. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Feb.  9 ;  L  1964 ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  1441 


Unfair  (The)  sex;  no.  1111.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  19;  M  2321;  Vitaphone 
corp.,  New  York.  1442 

Universal  newspaper  newsreel.  1  reel 
each.  ©  Universal  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  1443-1446 

No.  1,  2.  ©  Dec.  30.  1930,  Jan.  2, 
1931;  2  c.  each  Feb.  20;  descrip- 
tion each  Feb.  19 ;  M  2319.  2320. 
No.  103,104.  ©  Dec.  23,  26,  1930; 
2  c.  each  Feb.  10,  1931 ;  descrip- 
tion each  Feb.  9 ;  M  2297,  2298. 

Ups'n  clowns;  no.  4645  (No.  8  of 
Looney  tunes)  Reel.  ©  Feb.  5, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Feb.  9; 
M  2278 ;  Warner  bros.  pictures, 
inc.,  New  York.  1447 

Vagabond  adventure  series.  See  Dogs 
of  solitude.— Tale  (A)  of  Tutuila.— 
Well  (The)  of  Fortaleza.— Zuyder 
Zee  (The). 

Well  (The)  of  Fortaleza;  supervised 
by  Elmer  Clifton  and  Alfred  Man- 
non.  (No.  22  of  Vagabond  adven- 
ture series)  Reel.  ©  Feb.  15  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  19 ;  M 
2317;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  1448 

Wine — women — but  no  song;  story  by 
Harry  Sauber,  directed  by  Eddie 
Buzzell.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  23,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Feb.  25 ;  M 
2341 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New 
York.  1449 

With  pleasure;  no.  1155-56.  2  reels. 
©  Feb.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  9;  M  2283;  Vitaphone 
corp.,  New  York.  1450 

Zuyder  Zee  (The)  ;  by  Elmer  Clifton 
and  Alfred  Mannon.  (No.  19  of 
Vagabond  adventure  series)  Reel. 
©  Jan.  12,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Feb.  5;  M  2273;  Pathe  ex- 
change, inc.,  New  York.  1451 


Number  of  entries  in  classes  L  and  M  included  in  the  Catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931: 

Motion-picture    photoplays 169 

Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays 183 

Total 352 


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MOTION  PICTURES 


1931 

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npiIE  Catalogue  of  Copyright  Entries  is  published  in  four  parts.  Part  1, 
-*-  Group  3,  issued  monthly,  contains  titles  of  Dramatic  Compositions  and 
Motion  pictures. 

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Class  "  D,"  Dramatic  compositions,  and  Dramatico-musical  compositions,  arranged 
alphabetically  by  title;  Class  '"  L,"  Motion-picture  photoplays;  and  Class  "  M," 
Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays,  arranged  alphabetically  by  title. 

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A  toi  o  Amerique ;  comedie,  par  Irma 
Maria  Liegey.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9034;  Irma  Liegey, 
265  S.  19th  St.,  Philadelphia.      1452 

Adventures  (The)  of  detectives  Black 
and  Blue ;  Episode  no.  1-20,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches,  by  Harry  A.  Earn- 
shaw.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9867 ;  Earnshaw-Young,  inc., 
Los  Angeles.  1453 

Adventures  (The)  of  Fred  the  fur 
buyer ;  Episodes  no.  9^13,  a  series  of 
radio  sketches,  by  H.  Horton.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  20.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9539  :  Har- 
old Horton,  951  O'Farrell  St.,  San 
Francisco.  1454 

Adventures  (The)  of  Leif  in  the 
realms  of  Queen  Electra ;  a  radio- 
operette  in  several  kilowatts,  with 
incidental  music,  written  and  com- 
posed by  A.  C.  Appleton.  Text.  no. 
1.  Leif  is  found  by  Dynamo  and 
rescues  the  Princess.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
30.  1931;  D  unpub.  9919;  Adelina 
Carola  Appleton,  218  Euclid  Ave., 
Long   Beach.    Calif.  1455 

no.  2.  Electricity  spells  fe- 
licity. ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9920  ;  Adelina  Carola  Appleton, 
218  Euclid  Ave.,  Long  Beach,  Calif. 

1456 

• no.  3.  The  palace  ball.    ©  1  c. 

Mar.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  9921;  Ade- 
lina Carola  Appleton.  218  Euclid 
Ave.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  1457 

no.  4,  The  orchards.     ©  1  c. 

Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9922  ;  Ade- 
lina Carola  Appleton,  218  Euclid 
Ave.,  Long  Beach,  Calif.  1458 


no.  5.  Manual  Labor  does  his 

bit.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9923;  Adelina  Carola  Appleton,  218 
Euclid  Ave..  Long  Beach,  Calif. 

1459 

Adventuress  ;  a  play  in  10  scenes,  by 
Emilia  Clapham.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9589  ;  Emilia  Joyaux 
Clapham,  901  Grizzly  Peak  Blvd., 
Berkeley.  Calif.  1460 


Affentanz  ;  in  3  akte.  von  Vera  Bern. 
Als  inanuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Ber- 
lin. 1930.  62  p.  Svo.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
6.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9888 ;  Biihnenver- 
lag  Ahn  &  Simrock.  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 1461 

After  hours ;  a  farce-comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  W.  J.  Fadiman  and  B.  Harris. 
©  1  c.  Jan.  8.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9843 ; 
William  J.  Fadiman,  1301  Ave.  K.r 
Brooklyn,  and  Billups  Harris,  56  W. 
11th  St.,  New  York.  1462 

Ainsi  font  les  marionnettes ;  adapta- 
tions de  contes  et  de  fables  pour 
theatre  de  marionnettes  et  represen- 
tations enf  an  tines,  par  B.  Auroy  et. 
J.  Auroy.  Paris,  1930.  126,  [2]  p. 
illus.  8vo.  ©  Dec.  15,  1930:  1  c. 
Jan.  23,  1931 :  A— Foreign  10647; 
Fernand  Nathan.  Paris.  1462* 

Alexander  and  Kate ;  an  historical 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  S.  G.  Berland. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9736 ; 
Sydney  G.  Borland,  Route  5,  Box 
29,  Luray,  Va,  1463 

Alimony  Row ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  L.  Murphy.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9513 ;  Joseph  Luke  Mur- 
phy. 32  Lake  St..  Nashua,  N.  H. 

1464 

All  at  sea ;  a  sketch,  by  M.  W.  Conn. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  20.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9735 ; 
Harry  Wagner  Conn,  160  W.  46th 
St.,  New  York.  1465 

All  that  goes  up;  by  J.  S.  Pooler.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9832; 
James  Silas  Pooler.  1453  Hubbard 
Ave.,  Detroit.  1466 

Almas  y  olas ;  o,  El  poema  de  Victor 
Rojas  ;  zarzuela  en  3  actos,  en  verso 
sobre  motivos  de  la  vida  del  heroe 
arecibeno  Jose  Victor  Rojas,  letra  y 
miisica  de  J.  Limon  de  Arce.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  10.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  27970 ;  Jose 
Limon  de  Arce,  Santa  Rosa  St.,  Are- 
cibo,  Porto  Rico.  1467 

Ami  (Un)  d' Argentine ;  piece  en  4 
actes  [par]  T.  Bernard  et  M. 
Maurey.  [Paris,  1931]  33,  [3]  p. 
illus.     4to.      (La  Petite  illustration, 


77 


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1468 


pt.  i,  11.  s.,  v.  4 


Ami  (Un)   d' Argentine — Continued, 
no.  515)     ©  Feb.  14,  1931;  1  c.  Mar. 
20;  D  pub.  9817;  Tristan  Bernard, 
9,    Rue    Edouard-Detaille    and    Max 
Maurey,  1,  Chaussee  d'Antin,  Paris. 

1468 

Amor  di  madre ;  opera  in  3  atti,  testo 
di  F.  Mancini,  musica  di  C. 
Nicosia.  Vocal  score,  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
7,  1931;  D  unpub.  27966;  Florio 
Mancini  and  Carlo  Nicosia,  1727 
Sansom  St.,  Philadelphia.  1469 

Amuck  and  reshackled :  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  M.  Grupp  and  A.  Spanier. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9724 ; 
Morris  M.  Grupp  and  Ana  Spanier, 
2950  Fulton  St.,  San  Francisco. 

1470 

And  little  fishes ;  a  comedy-drama  in 
3  acts,  by  P.  Kendall.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  9641;  Preston 
Kendall,  512  Strand,  Redondo  Beach, 
Calif.  1471 

Angel  (An)  of  Satan;  a  mystery  melo- 
drama in  3  acts,  by  M.  B.  Waters. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9691 ; 
Marianne  Brown  Waters,  275  Hicks 
St.,  Brooklyn.  1472 

Angelina ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  I.  K. 
Davis.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9760 ;  Irving  Kaye  Davis,  134 
W.  87th  St.,  New  York.  1473 

Angus  McRae,  hero ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  C.  Butt  and  G.  V.  Brown. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9509 ; 
Harold  Charles  Butt,  4836  37th  St., 
Long  Island  City,  N.  Y.  and  George 
Victor  Brown,  109  Oliver  St.,  Linden. 
Mass.  1474 

Another  day ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  Hopkins.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9927;  Edwin  Hopkins.  255 
W.  43d  St.,  New  York.  1475 

Answered  by  gats.    See  Scotland  Yard. 

Antigone ;  by  Sophokles,  a  new  redac- 
tion of  the  Antigone,  done  into  the 
American  language,  by  S.  O'Sheel. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9124 ; 
Shaemas  O'Sheel,  178  Clinton  St.. 
Brooklyn.  1476 

a   shorter   version   for   the 

modern  stage,  as  done  into  the 
American  language,  by  S.  O'Sheel. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9125 ; 
Shaemas  O'Sheel,  178  Clinton  St., 
Brooklyn.  1477 

Apartment  6  C  ;  a  farce  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  L.  Greene.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
17,  193i  ;  D  unpub.  9682  ;  Harris  L. 


Greene,    835   Riverside   Drive,    New 
York.  1478 

Apple  seller ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
J.  E.  G.  .Bryant.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9626;  John  E.  G. 
Bryant,  44  Pennock  Terrace,  Lans- 
downe,  Pa.  1479 

Apples  of  Sodom ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
T.  W.  Hoffmann.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9578;  Thurlow  W. 
Hoffmann,  52  Maple  St.,  Clifton, 
N.  J.  1480 

Apron  strings ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Dorrance  Davis.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1930] 
2  p.  1.,  3-115,  [1]  p.  plates,  diagrs. 
12mo.  ([French's  standard  library 
ed.])  ©  Nov.  21,  1930;  2  c.  Mar. 
20;  D  pub.  638;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  1481 

Amy  (An)  Stein  creation;  a  playlet 
in  1  act,  by  C.  L.  Levene.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9541 ;  Carol 
L.  Levene,  2725  Haste  St.,  Berkeley, 
Calif.  1482 

Arthur,  my  wraps !  a  musical  comedy 
in  3  acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  J.  L, 
Morse,  music  by  J.  Pintel.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  27974; 
Joseph  L.  Morse,  2598  Broadway, 
Jacques  Pintel,  3495  Broadway, 
New  York.  1483 

As  you  made  me ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  P.  T.  Acton,  pseud,  of  P.  Tilp- 
puti.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9778 ;  Pasquale  Tripputi,  247 
Mt.  Prospect  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J. 

1484 

Astrological  (The)  party.  See  Real 
folks. 

August ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
Chase.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub  9499 ;  Marjorie  Chase,  56 
Court  St.,  Brooklyn.  1485 

Baby  of  the  family;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  W.  J.  Steele.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9515;  William 
James  Steele,  501  Shook  Ave.,  San 
Antonio.  1486 

Bakchantinnen  (Die)  ;  oper  in  2 
akten,  von  Egon  Wellesz.  op.  44. 
Test  nach  Euripides.  Klavier-aus- 
zug.  Berlin,  [1931]  261  p.  fol.  © 
Jan.  10,  1931 ;  1  c.  Feb.  20 ;  D  pub. 
27967;  Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock,  Berlin. 

148T 

Bandits  (The)  of  Panamint  See 
Death  Valley  days. 


78 


DEAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  3.  1931 


1507 


Ban-nan-ee-ooes  !  a  vaudeville  act,  by 
Arthur  LeRoy  Kaser.  Boston 
[1931]  14  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  14, 
1931:  2  c.  Mar.  26;  D  pub.  649: 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      14SS 

Bartlett  (The)  family;  Episodes  1-3, 
by  Harry  Miller  and  Lew  Lehr.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9571; 
Hnrrv  S.  Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr, 
113  W.  57th  St.,  New  York.        1489 

Basket  (The)  of  flowers;  a  musical 
reading  with  pantomime,  by  Ruth 
O.  Bailey  [music  by  Lyman  R.  Bay- 
ard] Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  Pageant 
publishers,  1931.  12  p.  8vo.  © 
Mar.  19.  1931 :  2  c.  Mar.  30 ;  D  pub. 
27981;  Lyman  R.  Bayard,  Hanford, 
Calif.  1490 

Bauerngeneral  (Der)  ;  operette  in  3 
akten,  von  Julius  Brammer  u.  Gus- 
tav  Beer,  musik.von  Oscar  Straus. 
Text.  Acts  1.  2,  ©  1  c.  Oct.  11,  1930 ; 
Act.  3,  ©  1  c.  Mar.  3, 1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9727 ;  W.  Karczag  and  Oscar  Straus, 
VI.  Linke  Wienzeile  6,  Julius  Bram- 
mer, IX.  Porzellangasse  9,  and  Gus- 
tav  Beer,  VII,  Siebenstergasse  4, 
Vienna.  1491 

Beckie's  mistake.  See  Einstein's  the- 
ory of  relatives. 

Bed  (The)  bug;  a  fantastic  comedy  in 
9  scenes,  by  Vladimir  Mayakovski. 
adapted  and  tr.  by  Leon  Dennen 
[pseud,  of  L.  P.  Denenberg]  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  3.  1931:  D  unpub.  9564;  Leo 
Philip  Denenberg,  333  E.  11th  St., 
New  York.  1492 

Bedlam ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  W.  T. 
Vise.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9910 :  William  Th.  Vise,  522  W.  136th 
St.,  New  York.  1493 

Beggar's  choice;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Schneider.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9938 ;  Albert  Schneider,  44 
Columbia  Terrace,  Weehawken,  N.  J. 

1494 

Behind  the  clouds ;  a  fantastic  oper- 
etta in  3  acts,  libretto  by  Dorothy 
Coombes,  music  by  Reginald  Red- 
man. Boston  [1D31]  2  v.  [Libretto 
and  Arocal  score]  Libretto,  19  p. 
8vo.  Vocal  score,  2vp.  1.,  62  p.  4to. 
©  Mar.  17,  1931 :  2  c.  Apr.  1 ;  D  pub. 
27983 :  C.  C.  Birchard  &  co.,  Boston. 

1495 

Behind  the  Eastern  back ;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  M.  Heimark.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9782: 
Esther  Moe  Heimark,  402  Blue  Earth 
Ave.,  Fairmont.  Minn.  1496 


Below  zero ;  a  satirical  musical  com- 
edy in  2  acts,  by  R.  S.  Chryst  and 
C.  H.  Gaver.  Libretto.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
3.  1931;  D  unpub.  9511;  Richard  S. 
Chryst  and  Claude  H.  Gaver,  352 
W.  87th  St.,  New  York.  1497 

Berserk;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Allan 
Cameron  [pseud,  of  J.  B.  Brodhead] 
©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9673 ; 
John  Benjamin  Brodhead,  North 
Park  Hotel,  Clark  &  Center  Sts., 
Chicago.  1498 

Better  (A)  world;  a  play  in  4  scenes, 
by  Edwin  O'Hanlon.  ©  lc.  Mar. 
10,  1931;  D  unpub.  9591;  Edwin  A. 
O'Hanlon,  2  W.  51st  St.,  New  York. 

1499 

Big  city  harmony ;  by  B.  Brown.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9512; 
Beth  Brown,  76  Riverside  Drive, 
New  York.  1500 

Big  game ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Betli 
Wendel  [i.  e.  E.  Wendel]  and  Eliza- 
beth Leslie  Roos.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9935  ;  Elizabeth  Wen- 
del and  Elizabeth  L.  Roos,  3500 
Jackson  St.,  San  Francisco.         1501 

Bill's  wife ;  a  1-act  comedy,  by  C.  R. 
Averell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9903;  Clara  Rose  Averell,  989 
E.  37th  St.,  Brooklyn.  1502 

Birthday  (The)  of  the  Infanta;  Oscar 
Wilde's  story  freely  adapted  to  a 
dramatic  form,  by  Vail  Motter  [i.  e. 
Thomas  Hubbard  Vail  Motter]  New 
York,  1931.  3  p.  1.,  38  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  Mar.  18,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
21 ;  D  pub.  642 :  Longmans,  Green 
and  co.,  New  York.  1503 

Black  damp ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
Van  Antwerp.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9897 ;  Albert  Van  Antwerp 
Estes  Park,  Col.  1504 

Black  gold :  a  3-act  play,  by  Pam  Eve 

Tillery  [pseud,  of  E.  P.  Tillery]     © 

vie.  Mar.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9833; 

Evye   Palmer    Tillery,   2431    Liberty 

Ave.,  Beaumont,  Tex.  1505 

Black  (The)  silk  dress;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F. 
Mauley.  (Graybar  program,  no.  82) 
©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9768 ; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y., 
and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1503 

Black  to  red ;  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  S.  Brown,  jr.  and  J.  A.  Brown. 
Act.  1.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9507;  John  S.  Brown,  jr.,  and 
John  A.  Brown.  247  W  149th  St., 
New  York.  1507 


79 


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1508 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Blood  on  the  moon ;  an  original  play  in 
5  scenes,  by  0.  Cooksey.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
23,  1931;  D  unpub.  9779;  Curtis 
Cooksey,  Arclsley,  N.  Y.  1508 

Blue  (The)  gate;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Jack  Stuart  Knapp.  Boston  [1931] 
14  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  16;  D  pub.  608;  Walter  H. 
Baker  oo.,  Boston.  1509 

Blue  (A)  Ridge  vendetta;  a  talking 
picture  story  and  scenario,  by  W.  C. 
Kelly.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9840;  Walter  C.  Kelly,  110  W. 
48th  St..  New  York.  1510 

Boat  crazy;  by  H.  C.  Greene.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  9849;  Carl 
L.  Timin,  745  7th  Ave.,  New  York. 

1511 

Boundary  (The)  line;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Dana  Burnet.  New  York, 
Longmans,  Green  &  co.,  1931.  1  p.  1.. 
118  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  18, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  21;  D  pub.  643; 
Dana  Burnet,  Ogunquit,  Me.,  and 
Jones  &  Green,  New  York.  1512 

Box  (The)  of  myrrh;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Esther  Phelps-Jones.  Boston 
[1931]  28  p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  3 ;  D  pub.  582 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  1513 

Brackenbraugh ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Tellier.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9518 ;  Andre  Tellier,  104  5th 
Ave..  New  York.  1514 

Bride  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
Gertrude  Jennings.  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel 
French,  inc.  [1931].  27,  [3]  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ( [French's  acting  ed., 
no  654])  ©  Feb.  5,  1931;  1  c.  Mar. 
21;  D  pub.  9743;  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  London.  1515 

Bridge  as  the  ladies  play  it ;  a  comedy 
in  1  act,  by  W.  T.  Gregory.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc. ;  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. 
[1930]  18,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
([French's  international  ed.,  no. 
689])  ©  Oct.  10,  1930;  2  c.  Mar. 
14,  1931  ;  D  pub.  599 ;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  1516 

Bring  on  the  turkey.  ' See  Plymouth's 
first  Thanksgiving. 

Bull  market ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
Bernhard.  Rev.  version.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9658; 
Arnold  Bernhard,  Peldean  Court. 
Pelham,  N.  Y.  1517 


Cake  (The)  and  the  penny;  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  Dorothy  McClure.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  9528; 
Dorothy  Scott  McClure,  Hillandale 
Rd.,  Westport,  Conn.  1518 

Can't  women  fight ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  A.  Levy.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  24; 
1931;  D  unpub.  9929;  Leo  A.  Levy, 
501  Union  Trust  Bldg.,   Pittsburgh. 

1519 

Capt.  Post :  crime  specialist ;  Episodes 
1-10,  a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by 
C.  E.  Morse.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  14,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9703 ;  Carleton  E.  Morse, 
1060  Powell  St.,  San  Francisco. 

1520 

Casanova ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  J.  H. 
McCarthy.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9643;  Justin  Huntly  Mc- 
Carthv,  19  Elm  Park  Mansions,  Lon- 
don. 1521 

Chains ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  H. 
Leivick,  as  adapted  by  Joseph 
Buloff,  tr.  by  W.  Schack.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9805 ;  Wil- 
liam Schack,  182  Pulaski  St., 
Brooklyn.  1522 

Challenge  (The)  ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  E.  Adams.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9606;  Francis  Elli- 
son Adams,  Maitland,  Fla.  1523 

Charis  script ;  no.  5,  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Ruth  Borden.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9821;  Charis  Corp., 
Allentown,   Pa.  1524 

Charis  series ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  Ruth 
Borden  ;  no.  2.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  10,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9627;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  1525 

no.  3.     ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931 ; 

D  unpub.  9653 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  1526 

no.  4.    ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931; 


D  unpub.  9796 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  1527 

Children  of  the  stars ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  W.  Homan.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9686 ;  Helen  Walker 
Homan,  1160  5th  Ave.,  New  York. 

1528 

Ching  Chong;  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  by  Lindsay  Harrison  [i.  e.  M. 
L.  Harrison]  music  bv  Samuel 
Mensch.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  27973 ;  Margaret  Lindsay 
Harrison,  6  W.  51st  St.,  New  York. 

1529 


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no.  3.  1931 


1542 


Chislers  (The)  ;  a  1-act  comedy,  by 
Frank  Davis  [pseud,  of  F.  T.  David- 
son] and  Paul  Smith.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9789;  Frank  T. 
Davidson,  810  E.  Jackson  St.,  Spring- 
field, 111.  1530 

Church  (The)  year;  a  pageant,  by 
Bessie  M.  Sims.  Milwaukee,  Wis. 
[1931]  vi,  13.  [1]  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  2, 
1931:  2  c.  Feb.  13;  aff.  Feb.  12; 
A  33733 ;  Morehouse  pub.  co.,  Mil- 
waukee. 1530* 

Citizens  at  work  and  play ;  bk.  1,  by 
Elizabeth  F.  Hague.  Mary  Chalmers, 
Marie  A.  Kelly.  Lincoln,  Chicago 
[etc.].  1931.  xi,  310  p.  illus.  (part 
col.)  12mo.  Dramatic  contents:  A 
pair  of  shoes. — The  birdcage  maker 
of  Castile. — The  five  dollar  gold 
piece. — The  gift  of  the  leprechaun. — 
Frank  owns  up. — I  couldn't  help 
it.— Shoo,  fly.— Why  should  I?— Lit- 
tle sisters. — Everybody's  business. 
©  Mar.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  6;  aff. 
Mar.  5  :  A  34801 ;  University  pub.  co., 
Lincoln,  Neb.  1530** 

Cleanup  (The)     See  Scotland  Yard. 

Clean-ups  (The)  ;  by  John  P.  Mul- 
grew.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9695 :  H.  Bart  McHugh,  2400 
N.  52d  St.,  Philadelphia.  1531 

Clemency  (The)  of  Titus.  See  Mau- 
rice Sand's  plays  for  marionettes. 

Cleopatra ;  queen  of  kings,  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  B.  Millholland.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9814; 
Charles  Bruce  Millholland,  5157 
Winthrop  Ave.,    Indianapolis.     1532 

Clubfoot ;  a  secret  service  adventure  in 
7  scenes,  by  Alice  Crawford  [i.  e. 
A.  C.  Williams]  and  V.  Williams. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9542 ; 
Velentine  Williams  and  Alice  Craw- 
ford Williams,  %  Elisabeth  Mar- 
bury,  234  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

1533 

Cocktail ;  musikalisches  lustspiel  in  2 
akten,  von  Karl  Vollmoller,  gesangs- 
texte  und  musik,  von  Ralph  Be- 
natzky.  Als  manuskript  vervielfal- 
tigt.  Regiebuch.  Berlin,  1931.  59 
p.  diagrs.  8vo.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9892 ;  Drei  mask- 
en  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.  1534 

Coeur  (Le)  y  est ;  comedie  musicale  en 
3  actes  et  4  tableaux,  de  Raoul 
Praxy  [pseud,  of  Raoul  Moyse]  coup- 
lets de  Roger  Bernstein  et  Fernand 
Vimont,  musique  de  Philippe  Pares 
et  Georges  Van  Parys.  Paris  [1930]  I 
52848—31 2  gl 


1  p.  1.,  125  p.  4to.  Livret.  ©  Dec. 
31,  1930 ;  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
9707;  Francis  Salabert,  Paris.    1535 

Cohen  and  Kelly  at  the  front ;  a  1-act 
comedy,  by  W.  Brooks.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9628;  Walter 
Brooks,  97  Cedarhurst  Ave.,  Cedar- 
hurst,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  1536 

College  (The)  Shakespeare;  edited  by 
Maurice  Garland  Fulton,  with  col- 
laboration from  Lillian  K.  Sabine. 
New  York,  1931.  ix,  641  p.  front, 
(port.)  8vo.  Contents  :  Richard  the 
Third. — Henry  the  Fourth,  part  1.— 
As  you  like  it. — Hamlet,  prince  of 
Denmark. — King  Lear.  ©  Mar.  24, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  25  ;  A  36089 ; 
Maemillan  co.,  New  York.         1536* 

Commercial  (The)  nun.  See  Vanish- 
ing (The)  sex. 

Common  tragedy ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
David  Dargin  [pseud,  of  D.  Dargin- 
sky]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9585 ;  David  Darginsky,  226  E.  67th 
St.,  New  York.  1537 

Companionate  divorce;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Hoerl.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9661 ;  Arthur  Hoerl, 
149  Beaumont  St.,  Manhattan  Beach, 
Brooklyn.  1538 

Conquerors  (The)  ;  a  pageant  play  in 
8  scenes,  by  P.  P.  Reigelman.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9547;  Perry 
Prescott  Reigelman,  940  Mill  St., 
Salem,  Or.  1539 

Corkscrew.     See  Scotland  Yard. 

Corner  (A)  in  happiness;  a  comedy- 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  Eda  Wills 
[pseud,  of  E.  E.  Willard]  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9632;  Eda 
E.  Willard,  43  Spring  St.,  Melbourne, 
Victoria,  Australia.  1540 

Corney  slips  one  over  ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  E vastus  Osgood.  New  York, 
Lcs  Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931. 
54,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ( [French's 
international  ed.,  no.  694])  ©  Jan. 
19,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  20 ;  D  pub.  635 ; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  1541 

Could  marry  but  something  in  the 
way ;  an  operetta  in  2  acts,  by  S. 
Small.    Text. 

"plD  ,ir;opN'  2  "pa  rj2nrsx  ]N  ;ip3 

©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9818  ; 
Solomon  Small,  1846  Pacific  St., 
Brooklyn.  1542 


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Cowboys  at  play ;  a  comedy  of  the 
plains,  libretto  by  William  Neil 
O'Connor,  music  by  G.  A.  Grant- 
Schaefer.  Boston,  New  York  [1931] 
35  p.  illus.  4to.  ©  Mar.  16,  1931; 
2  c.  Mar.  21;  D  pub.  27978;  Arthur 
P.    Schmidt  co.,   Boston.  1543 

Cross  (The)  beautiful;  an  easter  pag- 
eant-ette,  text  by  Verna  Whinery, 
music  by  Grant  Colfax  Tullar.  New 
York  [1931]  15  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb. 
14,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  7 ;  D  pub.  27965 ; 
Grant  C.  Tullar,  New  York.  1544 

Cross  (The)  of  glory;  an  Easter  pag- 
eant, by  Wilfried  Tappert.  Phila- 
delphia, Pa.  [1931]  26  p.  12;mo. 
©  Jan.  27,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  5;  aff. 
Feb.  7;  A  33652;  Board  of  publica- 
tion of  the  United  Lutheran  church 
in  America,  Philadelphia.  1545 

Cross  (The)  of  thorns;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  M.  Boylan,  now  written 
in  prose,  a  revision  of  the  drama  in 
5  acts  written  in  poetry.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  5.  1931;  D  unpub.  9531;  Wil- 
liam M.  Boylan,  1800  S.  Maple  St., 
Carthage,  Mo.  1546 

Cross  roads ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Mar- 
tin Flavin.  New  York,  Los  Angeles, 
Samuel  French,  inc. ;  London,  Sam- 
uel French,  ltd.,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  3-107, 
[2]  p.  plates,  diagrs.  12mo. 
( [French's  standard  library  ed.] ) 
©  Dec.  10,  1930  ;  2  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  637 ;  Martin  Flavin,  Spin- 
drift, Carmel,  Calif.  1547 

Danny  and  Doug ;  Episode  1.  Enter 
Danny,  a  radio  sketch,  by  J.  T.  W. 
Martin.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9848 ;  J.  T.  W.  Martin,  211  E. 
35th  St.,  New  York.  1548 

Darktown  Dandy;  no.  1,  2,  a  series  of 
radio  sketches,  by  Thomas,  Mc- 
Knight  &  Scott.  ©  1  c.  each  Mar. 
19,  1931;  D  unpub.  9713,  9714;  Fa- 
mous artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New 
York.  1549, 1550 

Dash  (A)  of  lavender;  a  comedy  in  a 
prologue  and  3  acts,  by  C.  Savage. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9828 ; 
Courtenay  Savage,  225  S.  Lexington 
Ave.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y.  1551 

David  and  Goliath.  See  Maltine  (The) 
story  hour. 

David  Golder ;  piece  en  6  tableaux,  de 
Fernand  Noziere  [pseud,  of  F.  Weyl] 
Tiree  du  roman  de  Irene  Nemirov- 
sky.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9708  ;  Fernand  Weyl,  4  Rue  Crevaux, 
Paris.  1552 


Day  (A)  in  the  country;  a  musical 
skit,    by    E.    Longstreth.      Text.     © 

1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D  unpub.  9780; 
Edward  Longstreth,  65  E.  96th  St., 
New  York.  1553 

Death  Valley :  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  Willis.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  10, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9594  ;  Richard  Wil- 
lis, 1009  8th  Ave.,  Arcadia,  Calif. 

1554 

Death  Valley  days  ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
McCann,  Erickson,  inc.  Mar.  3,1931. 
Run  out  of  Rhyolite.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9519 ;  Pacific  coast 
borax  co.,  New  York.  1555 

Mar.  10,  1931.  The  discov- 
ery of  Panamint.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9616;  Pacific  coast 
borax  co.,  New  York.  1556 

Mar.  17.  1931.     The  bandits 

of  Panamint.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9737 ;  Pacific  coast  borax 
co..    New   York.  1557 

Mar.  24,  1931.    The  story  of 

Death  Valley  Scotty.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9839;  Pacific 
coast  borax  co.,  New  York.         1558 

Decimal  (The)  point;  a  farce  in  1  act, 
by  Anna  Best  Joder.  San  Francisco, 
1931.    18  p.    12mo.    ©  Feb.  15,  1931 ; 

2  c.  Mar.  2 ;  D  pub.  578  ;  Banner  play 
bureau,  inc.,  San  Francisco.         1559 

Demande  (La)  en  manage.  See  Goutte 
(La)  d'eau. 

Demitasse ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Robert 
McLaughlin.  New  York,  1931.  iii, 
19  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  11,  1931 ;  2  c. 
Mar.  14;  D  pub.  590;  Longmans, 
Green  &  Co.,  New  York.  1560 

Demons  and  fairies ;  a  project  play  in 
1  act,  by  Julia  Mitchell.  Boston 
[1931]  11  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  16, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  26  ;  D  pub.  647 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  1561 

Derniere  (La)  flamme.  See  Gouttd 
(La)  d'eau. 

Devils  and  Donkeys ;  a  drama  in  a 
prologue  and  3  acts,  by  L.  Bowers. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9525 ; 
Lucia  Bowers,  2985  Ocean  Parkway, 
Brooklyn.  1562 

Dignitybedamned ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Katherine  Brocklebank  [i.e.  K.  B. 
Peterson]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9645 ;  Katherine  Brocklebank 
Peterson,  1000  Mason  St.,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 1563 


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1577 


Ding-dong-bell ;  a  play  in  3  acts  and 
an  epilogue,  by  Dorothy  Gillette 
Hyde.  New  York  city,  Los  Angeles 
[1930]  4  p.  1.,  49,  [5]  p.  diagrS. 
12mo.  (The  Junior  league  plays) 
©  Oct.  4,  1930 ;  2  c.  Mar.  14,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  602 ;  Samuel  French.  New 
York.  1564 

Diplomaten  spielen  theater;  lustspiel 
[in  3  akten]  von  Norbert  Garai 
(Verfasser  von  Chaplins  Himmel- 
fahrt)  Als  unverkaufliehes  maiiu- 
skript  vervielfaltigt.  Wien,  Berlin, 
1930.  102  p.  12mo.  Regie  und  souf- 
flierbuch.  ©  1  c.  Dec.  26.  1930;  D 
unpub.  9633;  Verlag  Max  Pfeffer. 
Vienna.  1565 

Discovery  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  5  acts, 
written  by  Mrs.  Frances  Sheridan, 
adapted  for  the  modern  stage,  by 
Aldous  Huxley.  New  York,  George 
H.  Doran  company  [1925]  vii  p.,  21., 
121  p.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  23.  1925  ;  2  c. 
Dec.  18,  1930;  D  pub.  9090;  Aldous 
Huxley,  London.  1566 

Discovery   (The)  of  Panamint. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Disorderly  conduct ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  L.  B.  Ely.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9625  ;  Lewis  B.  Ely, 
Hardinsburg.  Ky.  1567 

Doll  (Tbe)  with  a  soul:  a  comedy  in 
4  acts,  by  C.  Frechette.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
28.  1931;  D  unpub.  9731:  Clement 
Frechette,    Leominster,    Mass.     1568 

Donogoo  ;  un  prologue,  3  parties  et  un 
epilogue  [p  a  r]  Jules  Remains 
[pseud,  of  L.  Farigoule.  Paris. 
1931]  40  p.  illus.  4to.  ( [La  Petite 
illustration,  no.  514] )  ©  Feb.  7, 
1931:  1  c.  Mar.  6;  D  pub.  9664; 
Louis    Farigoule,    Paris.  1569 

Duel :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Maude  Fiske 
[i.  e.  M.  F.  La  Fleur]  ©.1  c.  Mar.  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9725;  Maude  Fiske 
La  Fleur,  2  Brenau  Lane,  Gaines- 
ville, Ga.  1570 

Duett  im  griinen  :  lustspiel  mit  musik 
in  3  akten,  nach  dem  gleichnamigen 
lustspiel  Hans  Kasper  Francops,  von 
Bruno  Hardt-Warden,  musik  von 
Martin  Knopf.  Als  unverkaufliehes 
manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Berlin. 
1930.  3  p.  1..  [3]-84  p.  12  mo! 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7.  1931 :  D  unpub. 
9877 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  buhnenschriftsteller  und 
biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Berlin.  1571 

Durchlaucht  Mizzi  (Die  ewige  jung- 
frau)  ;  bosse  in  3  akten,  von  Gustav 
Beer     und     Fritz     Lunzer.      Manu- 


skript. Vienna,  1931.  2  p.  1,  3-103 
p.  4to.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9890 ;  Theaterverlag  Otto 
Eirich,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Vienna.         1572 

Earthbound:  a  play  in  7  scenes,  by  A. 
York.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 :  D  u-.ipub. 
9526:  Anthony  York.  6  E.  46th  St., 
New  York.  1573 

Echange   (L') 

See  Goutte  (La)   d'eau. 

Eclipse :  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  B. 
Broad.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931 :  D  un- 
pub. 9495:  Bertha  Broad.  131  W. 
87th  St.,  New  York.  1574 

a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M,  C.  Goepei. 

©  1  c.  Mar.  4.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9520 : 
Margaret  C.  Goepei,  29  Washington 
Sq.,  New  York.-  1575 

Einstein's  theory  of  relatives ;  Episode 
1.  Beckie's  mistake,  a  1-act  comedy, 
by  J.  R.  Waters.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9764;  James  R. 
Waters,  223  Abingdon  Rd.,  Kew 
Gardens,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  1576 

Elected  ;  the  life  story  of  George  Wash- 
ington in  5  parts  and  8  scenes,  by  O. 
W.  Garvey.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9700  :  Olive  White  Garvey,. 
236  S.  Terrace  Drive,  Wichita.    1577 

Electricity  spells  felicity. 

See  Adventures  of  Leif  in  the  realms 
of    Queen    Electra. 

Elizabethan  dramatists,  other  than 
Shakespeare ;  a  selection  of  plays  il- 
lustrating the  glories  of  the  golden 
age  of  English  drama,  ed.  by  E.  H. 
C.  Oliphant.  New  York,  1931.  xiii, 
1511  p.  front.  8vo.  Dramatic  con- 
tents :  Campaspe,  by  John  Lyly. — 
The  Spanish  tragedy,  by  Thomas 
Kyd. — Faustus,  by  Christopher  Mar- 
lowe.— Friar  Bacon  and  Friar  Bun- 
gay, by  Robert  Greene. — The  two- 
angry  women  of  Abington,  by 
Henry  Porter. — Arden  of  Fever- 
sham. — Edward  II,  by  Christopher 
Marlowe. — The  old  wives'  tale  by 
George  Peele. — The  merry  devil  of 
Edmonton,  attributed  to  Michael 
Drayton. — A  woman  killed  with 
kindness,  by  Thomas  Hey  wood. — 
The  honest  whore,  pt.  2,  by  Thomas- 
Dekker. — Eastward  hoe,  by  Benja- 
min Jonson,  George  Chapman,  and 
John  Marston. — A  Yorkshire  trag- 
edy, attributed  to  William  Shakes- 
peare.— Volpone,  by  Benjamin  Jon- 
son.— The  revenger's  tragedy,  attrib- 
uted to  Cyril  Tourneur.— Philasteiv 
by  Francis  Beaumont  and  John 
Fletcher. — The  alchemist,  by  Benja- 


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Elizabethan  dramatists — Continued, 
min  Jonson. — The  knight  of  tne 
burning  pestle,  by  Francis  Beaumout 
and  John  Fletcher. — The  maid's 
tragedy,  by  Francis  Beaumont  and 
John  Fletcher. — The  white  devil,  by 
John  Webster. — Bartholomew  fair, 
by  Benjamin  Jonson. — A  fair  quar- 
rel, by  William  Rowley  and  Thomas 
Middleton. — A  new  way  to  pay  old 
debts,  by  Philip  Masinger. — The 
changeling,  by  Thomas  Middleton 
and  William  Rowley. — Women,  be- 
ware women,  by  Thomas  Middle- 
ton. — The  traitor,  by  James  Shir- 
ley.— The  broken  heart,  by  John 
Ford. — Comus,  by  John  Milton. — A 
jovial  crew,  by  Richard  Brome.  © 
Mar.  7,  1931 :  2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  17 ; 
A  35299;  Prentice-Hall,  inc.,  New 
York.  1577* 

Enigma ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  G.  AY. 
Ward,  assisted  in  revision  by  Mildred 

E.  Miller.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9809;  George  W.  Ward.  47 
Virginia  Ave.,  Babylon.  N.  Y.       1578 

Enter  Danny. 

See  Dany  and  Doug. 

Episode ;  a  play  of  the  war,  by  John 
S.  McManus.  Boston  [1931]  21  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  19,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  26;  D  pub.  650;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  1579 

Eumenides  (The)  of  Aischulos ;  tr. 
from  the  Greek,  by  Charles  H. 
Hitchcock.  [Walton,  N.  Y..  Printed 
by  The  Reporter  company,  1931]  25 
p.  8vo.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931;  2  c.  and 
aff.  Apr.  2;  AA  661-15:  Charles  H. 
Hitchcock,  Binghamton,  N.  Y.     1580 

Everybody's  business ;  a  sketch,  by  B. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11.  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9615  ;  Beth  Brown,  76  Riverside 
Drive,  New  York.  1581 

Everything's  coming  our  way ;  Epi- 
sodes 1-4,  by  R.  L.  Perry,  J.  S. 
Pooler,  and  E.  F.  Aben.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
23,  1931;  D  unpub.  9784;  Robert  L. 
Perry,  James  S.  Pooler,  and  Edward 

F.  Aben.  Gen'l  delivery,  Rockwood. 
Mich.  1582 

Expressing  Randal  Breck ;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  E.  Baker.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9561 ;  Eliza- 
beth Baker,  106  Esmond  Rcl.,  Lon- 
don. 1583 

Extras;  a  play  in  3  acts,  tr.  and 
adapted  from  the  German  Kompar- 
serie  of  Richard  Duschinskv,  bv  A. 
de  Jannelli.     ©  1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931; 


D  unpub.  9800;  Altagracia  de  Jan- 
nelli, 17  E.  9th   St.,  New  York. 

1584 

Eyes ;  a  tragedy  in  1  act,  by  Maxine 
Block.  New  York  city,  Los  Angeles 
[1930]  4  p.  1.,  5-34  p.  12mo.  © 
Oct.  4,  1930;  2  c.  Mar.  14,  1931; 
D  pub.  604;  Samuel  French,  New 
York.  1585 

Fallen  angel ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  B. 
Channing.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9685 ;  Barbara  Channing, 
Clark  Rd.,  Sherborn,  Mass.         1586 

Farewell;  a  play,  by  A.  L.  Golden- 
berg.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9504;  Alfred  L.  Goldenberg,  3614 
Dawson   St.,  Pittsburgh.  1587 

Father's  (The)  sin;  a  play,  by  J.  A. 
Sloin.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9829;  J.  Aaron  Sloin.  1205 
E.  State  St.,  Trenton,  N.  J.        1588 

Femme  ( Une )  couteuse ;  piece  en  3 
actes,  par  Paul  Armont  [pseud,  of 
D.  Petrocochino]  et  M.  Gerbidon. 
©  1  c.  Mar,  6,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9669 ;  Dimitry  Petrocochino  82  Blvd. 
Flandrin  and  Marcel  Gerbidon,  16 
Rue  Dumont  d'Urville,  Paris.     1589 

Festival  of  lights ;  a  candle  light  serv- 
ice for  Easter,  by  Verna  Whinery, 
music  by  Grant  Colfax  Tullar.  New 
York  [1931]  6,  3-11,  [3]  p.  8vo. 
©  Feb.  14,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  7;  D 
pub.  27964 ;  G.  C.  Tullar,  New  York. 

1590 

Field  (The)  of  honor;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program,  no.  81)  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9767; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y., 
and  Wm.  Ford.  Manley.  Silverm'ne 
Falls.  Norwalk.  Conn.  1591 

Fifth  edition  of  Thompkins  corners 
enterprise.     See  Real  folks. 

Fig  and  date  banquet ;  by  W.  H.  Scott. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9716:  Walter  H.  Scott,  Cameron 
Bldg.,   Corry,  Pa.  1592 

Fille  (La)  de  Jezabel ;  piece  en  75 
tableaux,  par  A.  du  Bois.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9671;  Al- 
bert du  Bois,  12  Rond  Point  des 
Champs-Elysees,   Paris.  1593 

Finished;  a  comedy  in  5  scenes,  by 
Katharine  Clugston.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931]  6 
p.  1.,  3-191  p.  plates.  12mo.  (Yale 
plays)  ©  Feb.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
20;  D  pub.  641;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  1594 


84 


DEAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  3,  1931 


1614 


Flageolet  (The)  See  Maurice  Sand's 
plays  for  marionettes. 

Flavia  ;  an  opera  in  4  acts,  plot  words 
and  music,  by  B.  Schryock.  Com- 
plete vocal  parts  (words  and  melo- 
dies only  and  chief  orchestra  melo- 
dies) ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  27971:  Buren  Schryock,  919 
4th  St.,  San  Diego.  1595 

words  and  music  by  B.  Schryock. 

Libretto.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9640;  Buren  Schryock, 
919  4th  St.,  San  Diego,  Calif.     1596 

Flora  Belle;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
Claire  Sugden  [pseud,  of  A.  W.  Sug- 
den]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9527;  Ada  Whitmore  Sugden,  1166 
Pacific   St.,   Brooklyn.  1597 

Forty ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  P. 
Barron.'  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9549 :  Patricia  Barron,  260 
W.  72d  St.,  New  York.  1598 

Framing  the  framer ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Gordon  Reid  and  J.  J. 
Byrne.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9757;  John  J.  Byrne,  2700 
Hudson  Blvd.,  Jersey  City.         1599 

Frankenstein ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
John  Balderston  and  Peggy  Web- 
ling.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9603;  John  Lloyd  Balder- 
ston, 38  Trevor  Sq.,  and  Peggy  Web- 
ling.  39  St.  Stephen's  Ave.,  London. 

1600 

Frau  (Die)  am  volant;  komodie  in  3 
akten,  von  Max  Daireaux  und 
Guido  Stacchini  (Deutsch  von  Rose 
Richter)  Als  manuskript  verviel- 
faltigt.  Wien,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  2-94  p. 
12mo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9883 ;  Volkskunstverlag,  Vi- 
enna. 1601 

From  beds  to  worse ;  a  scenario,  by 
Laura  Adair  and  T.  Sccfield.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9704; 
Thomas  Scofield,  25  Popham  Rd., 
Scarsdale,  N.  Y.  1602 

Frozen  assets ;  a  3  act  comedy  drama, 
by  S.  Silverman  and  P.  Taylor.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9544; 
Sam  Silverman  617  N.  Harvard 
Blvd.,  and  Pearl  Taylor,  117  Bimini 
PL,  Los  Angeles.  1603 

Frozen  hell ;  a  play,  by  W.  V.  Mc- 
Clung.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9579;  William  Verne  Mc- 
Clung,  University  Club,  614  S.  Hope 
St.,  Los   Angeles.  1604 


Frustration;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  B.  Van  Urk.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30, 
1931:  D  unpub.  9907:  J.  Blan  Van 
Urk.  The  Princeton  club,  New  York. 

1605 

Fur,  fur  away :  a  talkie  comedy,  by 
H.  W.  Conn.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9734;  Harry  Wagner 
Conn,   160  W.  46th    St.,   New  York. 

1606 

Gamblers'  gold ;  a  comedy  of  American 
life  in  3  acts,  by  R.  L.  Hill.  Rev. 
version  of  Lucky  break.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9654;  Raymond 
L.  Hill,  Box  623  General  Post  Office, 
New  York.  1607 

Garden  (A)  idyl;  a  1-act  play  in  verse 
and  song,  by  Alberta  Powell  Graham. 
Indianapolis,  Ind.,  1931.  18  p.  illus., 
music.  8vo.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  23;  D  pub.  27977;  Meigs  pub. 
co.,  Indianapolis.  1608 

Gay  (The)  divorce;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Phyllis  Joyce  [pseud,  of  P. 
Mayer]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9798;  Phyllis  Mayer,  The 
Pent  House.  242  E.  19th  St.,  New 
York.  1609 

Gentler  (The)  warfare;  a  play  in  1 
act,  by  Clara  Widess.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9831;  Clara  Wi- 
dess, 1595  Rose  Villa  St.,  Pasadena. 

1610 

George  Washington ;  text  von  Geo. 
Hunold,  musik  von  Otto  Wolter. 
Manuskript.  Berlin,  Verlag  Schwei- 
zer  &  co.,  g.  m.  b.  h.  [1931]  24  p. 
16mo.  Text.  ©,  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9886 ;  George  Hunold,  Ber- 
lin. 1611 

Get  thee  behind  me,  Satan;  a  1-act 
negro  play,  by  J.  R.  Dorsey.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9738;  J. 
Robert  Dorsey,  184  E.  101st  St.,  New 
York.  1612 

Ghost  (The)  train;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Arnold  Ridley.  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel 
French,  inc.,  1931.  71,  [1]  p.  plate, 
diagr.  8vo.  ([French's  acting  ed., 
no.  780] )  ©  Jan.  6,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar. 
21;  D  pub.  9745;  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  London.  1613 

Giggle-o  (The)  ;  a  comedy  vaudeville 
act,  by  H.  W.  Conn.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9752;  Harry 
Wagner  Conn,  160  W.  46th  St.,  New 
York.  1614 


85 


CATALOGUE    OF    COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


1615 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


God  bless  our  castle;  a  3-act  play,  bv 
J.  C.  Gibbs.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9761  ;•  John  Chace  Gibbs, 
23  Atlantic  Ave.,  Providence.      1615 

Goddess  of  the  lei ;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue, 3  acts  and  an  epilogue,  by 
Jack  Donaldson  [pseud,  of  W.  J. 
MacDonald]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9642;  William  J.  MacDon- 
ald, P.  O.  Box  82,  Beverly  Hills, 
Calif.  1616 

Good  (The)  fellow;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  George  S.  Kaufman  and  Herman 
J.  Mankiewicz.  New  York,  Los  An- 
geles, Samuel  French,  inc. ;  London. 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931.  Ill,  [1] 
p.  plates,  diagr.  12mo.  ([French's 
standard  library  ed.])  ©  Jan.  14, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  636; 
George  S.  Kaufman,  New  York,  and 
Herman  J.  Mankiewicz,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  1617 

Good  girl ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  Eliza- 
beth Blanche  Walsh  (E.  B.  Hart- 
man)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9870 ;  Elizabeth  Blanche  Walsh 
Hartman,  84  Goodrich  St.,  Astoria. 
L.   I.,  N.  Y.  1618 

Good  night,  ladies ;  a  play  in  6  scenes, 
by  Philo  Hall  Higley.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21.  1931;  D  unpub.  9777;  Philo  H. 
Higley,  400  E.  49th  St.,  New  York. 

1619 

Goods  (The)  in  two  sizes;  a  sketch, 
by  A.  Rice.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9728 ;  Andy  Rice,  Ansonia 
Hotel,  New  York.  1620 

Goutte  (La)  d'eau ;  [par]  Henry  Bor- 
deaux. Paris  [1930]  3  p.  1.,  267  p., 
2  1.  12mo.  Contents  :  La  derniere 
flamme. — L'exchange. — La  demancle 
en  mariage. — Le  silence  est  d'or.  © 
Nov.  5,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ;  A— 
Foreign  10372 ;  Librairie  Plon,  Paris. 

1620* 

Grande  (II)  miracolo  di  St.  Antonio  di 
Padova  fra  il  delitto  del  due  com- 
pari,  dramma  in  4  atti,  di  C.  Pa- 
gano.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9555:  Carlo  Pagano,  220  E.  115th 
St.,  New  York.  1621 

Great  (The)  nowhere;  [a  play  in  4 
ac;s]  by  Ernest  Pierre  Miremont. 
Memphis,  Tenn.,  Southern  drama 
company  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  3-50  p.  8vo. 
©  Feb.  20,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  27 ;  D  pub. 
619 ;  Ernest  Pierre  Miremont,  Mem- 
phis, Tenn.  1622 

Green  grow  the  lilacs ;  a  play  [in  6 
scenes]  by  Lynn  Riggs.  New  York, 
Los   Angeles,   Samuel   French ;    Lon- 


don Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931.  viii, 
[2]  p.,  3  1.,  3-166  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar. 
4,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  621; 
Lynn  Riggs,  New  York.  1623 

Green  mansions;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  G.  Sterne,  dramatised  from  the 
book,  by  w:  H.  Hudson.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9510 ;  Emma 
Gelders  Sterne,  132  Highbrook  Ave., 
Pelham,  N.  Y.  1624 

Groceries  and  notions ;  a  drama  inter- 
spersed with  songs,  in  3  acts,  by  K. 
K.  Doughtie.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9556;  Katharine 
Kinard  Doughtie,  1209  W.  Princess 
Anne  Rd.,  Norfolk,  Va.  1625 

Gunter  (The)  silver  wedding;  a  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  E.  Baker.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  21,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9560 ;  Eliza- 
beth Baker,  106  Esmond  Rd.,  Lon- 
don. 1626 

Gute  (Der)  Onkel  Adamson  ;.schwank 
[in  3  akten]  von  Hans  Regina  von 
Nack.  Als  unverkaufliches  manu- 
skript  vervielfaltigt.  Berlin,  1930. 
3  p.  1.,  [3]-106  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9881;  Ver- 
triebsstelle  des  Verbandes  deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller  und  buhnenkom- 
ponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.         1627 

Gypsy  (The)  tea  room.  See  Real 
folks. 

Ham  and  eggs;  a  comedy,  by  J.  Hen- 
ley. ©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9830;  Jack  Henley,  1560  Broadway, 
New  York.  1628 

Hang  'em  all;  an  original  play  in  a 
prologue  and  3  acts,  by  Stephan  Nor- 
bert  Linek.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9895 ;  Armand  Vecsey,  171 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  1629 

Hansel  and  Gretel.  See  Maltine  (The) 
story  hour. 

Has  anybody  tried  a  little  love.  See 
Our  American  aunt. 

Hauptmann  (Der)  von  Koepenick ;  ein 
deutsches  marchen  [in  3  akten]  von 
Carl  Zuckmayer.  Berlin,  1930.  5  p. 
1.,  7-246  p.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  31,  1930 ; 
1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931;  D  pub.  9914; 
Arcadia-verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

1630 

Hazassag  hataridore;  vigjatek  3  fel- 
vonasban,  irta :  Dregely  Gabor. 
[i.  e.  Gabor  Dregely]  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9672;  Alexander 
Marton,  Budapest,  Hungary.       3631 

He  lives ;  an  Easter  Biblical  drama, 
by  Gertrude  Rockwell  Gowdey. 
Boston     [1931]      18    p.      12mo.      © 


86 


DKAMATIC   COMPOSITIONS 


no.  3,  1931 


1651 


Feb.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  3 ;  D  pub. 
581:   Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston. 

1632 

Headquarters ;  a  George  Washington 
play  in  1  act,  by  Cyril  Miller  [pseud, 
of  J.  I.  Whalen]  Based  on  The 
spy,  by  James  Fenimore  Cooper.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9899: 
Joseph  Ignatius  Whalen,  19  Harvest 
St.,  Boston.  1633 

Heads  or  tails?  a  melodramatic  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  Edmund  Hackett. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9850;  Edmund  Francis  Hackett,  51 
E.  51st  St.,  New  York.  1634 

Heel  of  Achilles ;  a  fantasy  in  3  acts, 
by  Arthur  Ruppel.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9898 ;  Arthur  Daniel 
Ruppel,  180  E.  California  St.,  Pasa- 
dena. 1635 

Heilige  (Die)  aus  U.  S.  A. ;  ein  drama 
von  Use  Langer.  Manuskript.  Ber- 
lin. 1931.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-138  p.  8vo. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9880 ; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin. 

1636 

Helen  Bartman ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  H.  Carey.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9612;  Herbert  H.  Carey, 
133  Glenwood  Ave.,  Jersey  City. 

1637 

Hellas  nika ;  a  pageant  in  2  episodes, 
by  H.  D.  Rose.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9807;  Heloise  Du- 
rant  Rose,  523  10th  Ave.,  S.,  St. 
Petersburg,    Fla.  1638 

Heritage;  a  plav  in  3  acts,  by  A.  C. 
Taylor.  ©  l"c.  Mar.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9799;  Adelaide  Chatfield 
Taylor,   234  E.   62d   St.,   New   York. 

1&39 

Hiccolo  (The)  piccolo  review.  See 
Rocketing  'round. 

High  (The)  school  Shakespeare: 
edited  by  John  B.  Opdycke.  New 
York  and  London,  1931.  viii  p.,  1  1.. 
823  p.  front.  8vo.  Dramatic  con- 
tents :  A  midsummer  night's  dream. 
— As  you  like  it. — Twelfth  night. — 
The  merchant  of  Venice. — Julius 
Caesar. — Henry  Y. — Macbeth. — Ham- 
let. ©  Mar.  4,  1931:  2  c.  Mar.  5; 
aff.  Mar.  6 ;  A  34657 ;  Harper  &  bros., 
New  York.  1639* 

Himmelfahrt.     See  Diplomaten  spielen 

theater. 
His  bonus;   a  3-act  comedy,  bv  P.  W. 

Clark.      ©    1    c.    Mar.    11,    1931;    D 

unpub.  9609:   Paul  Winthrop  Clark. 

252  Oak  St..  Hclyoke,  Mass.       1640 


His  brother's  keeper;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  F.  Riedman.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9517 ;  Mau- 
rice F.  Riedman,  4803  Middleburg 
Ave.,  Sunnyside,  Long  Island  City, 
N.  Y.  1641 

His  everlastin'  mercy;  a  play  in  5 
scenes,  by  M.  B.  Strickland.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9754 ;  Mark 
Barsalou  Strickland,  311  11th  St., 
Brooklyn.  1642 

His  kingdom  come ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  I.  Kaplowitz.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9552;  Isadore 
Kaplowitz,  3341  Reservoir  Oval. 
New  York.  1643 

History  of  American  music ;  a  1-act 
play,  by  B.  Conklin.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  9646;  Beatrix 
Conklin,  21  Cambridge  St.,  East 
Orange,   N.   J.  1644 

Honor  to  motherhood;  a  playlet,  by 
Helen  Welshimer.  Cincinnati  [1931] 
16  p.  illus.,  music.  8vo.  ©  Mar. 
4,  1931;  2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  9;  AA 
63301 ;  Standard  pub.  co.,  Cincinnati. 

1645 

Hoo  pays?  a  scene  from  The  tail- 
twister,  by  J.  J.  Stuckey.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9596 ;  J.  J. 
Stuckey,  2531  E.  St.,  San  Diego. 

1646 

Horror  (The)  walks;  a  mystery  play 
in  1  act,  by  Jack  Stuart  Knapp. 
Boston  [1931]  11  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  Mar.  13,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  16;  D 
pub.  615 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Bos- 
ton. 1647 

Horses,  horses,  horses ;  a  sketch,  by 
A.  Rice.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1921;  D 
unpub.  9729 ;  Andy  Rice,  Ansonia 
Hotel,  New  York.  1648 

House  (The)  beautiful:  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Channing  Pollock.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles.  Samuel  French ; 
London.  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931. 
5  p.  1.,  3-150  p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  24, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  624: 
Channing  Pollock,  New  York.     1649 

How  the  Great  Guest  came ;  a  fantasy 
in  1  act,  by  Lionel  Adams,  founded 
on  Edwin  Markham's  poem  of  the 
same  title.  New  York  city,  London 
[1930]  3  p.  1..  15,  [1]  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  Oct.  4,  1930;  2  c.  Mar.  14, 
1931;  D  pub.  603;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  1650 

Hunger;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Leo 
Pride.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9590;  Leo  Bryan  Pride.  195 
E.  36th  St.,  Los  Angeles.  1651 


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Hurricane ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Natalie 
Grime.s  Lawrence.  Boston  [1931] 
34  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ( [Baker's  roy- 
alty plays  1)  ©  Mar.  13,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  16;  D  pub.  607;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  1652 

I  am  not  a  Jew;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  H.  Clurglass.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9835 ;  Reuben  Henri 
Clurglass,  51  Stanhope  St.,  Brook- 
lyn. 1653 

I  confess ;  a  comedy,  by  T.  W.  Stevens 
and  W.  Byron.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9676 ;  Thomas  Wood 
Stevens,  16  Gramercy  Park,  New 
York,  and  William  Byron,  Kaukau- 
na,   Wis.  1654 

I  go  on  for  ever ;  a  dramatic  revue, 
by  Dodd  Mehan  and  Stever  O' Sulli- 
van. ©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9614;  Dodcl  Alfred  Mehan.  128  W. 
13th    St.,   New   York.  1655 

Ideal  (An)  place;  farce  comedy  in  1 
act,  by  I.  McDougall.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9681 ;  Isabel  Mc- 
Dougall. 2819  28th  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash- 
ington. 1656 

If  I  was  rich ;  a  new  comedy,  in  3 
acts,  by  William  Anthony  McGuire. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9893 ; 
Lynn  Davidson,  445  W.  153d  St., 
New  York.  1657 

If  it's  a  lie !  a  sketch,  by  H.  C.  Greene. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9933 ; 
H.  C.  Greene.  745  7th  Ave.,  New 
York.  1658 

Immortal  (The)  vagabond;  a  romance 
in  a  prologue  and  3  acts,  by  Mary 
Ward  [i.  e.  M.  W.  Crawley]  and 
Arthur  Henry.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9822  ;  Mary  Ward  Crawley, 
345  W.  70th  St.,  New  York.  [©  en- 
tirely new  scene]  1659 

In  a  stranger's  orchard ;  a  drama  in 
5  acts,  by  I.  G.  Leavitt.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
11,  1931;  D  unpub.  9613;  Israel  G. 
Leavitt,  270  Huntington  Ave.,  Bos- 
ton. 1660 

In  the  manner  of  the  Muscovy ;  an  ex- 
travaganza on  Russian  themes  in  1 
act,  by  W.  J.  Sykes.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  2.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9566 ;  Walter 
J.  Sykes,  670  E.  176th  St.,  New 
York.  1661 

Inchling :  a  musical  fantasy  in  3  acts, 
libretto  by  Rem  Remsen,  lyrics  by 
Rem  Remsen  and  Irene  Alexander, 
music  by  Thomas  Vincent  Cator. 
Boston  [1931]  2  v.  [Libretto  and 
Vocal   score]      Libretto,   68  p.     8vo. 


Vocal  score,  2  p.  1.,  117  p.     4to.     © 
Mar.  5.  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  21;  D  pub. 

27980 ;  C.  C.  Birchard  &  co.,  Boston. 

1662 

Indiana  home  folks;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  P.  G.  Taber.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9660;  Paul  Graham 
Taber,  427  10th  St.  Logansport,  Ind. 

1663 

Inside  (The)  story;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  George  Bryant.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9928;  George  H. 
Bryant,  1160  5th  Ave.,  New  York. 

1664 

Inspector  (The)  General;  a  satiric 
farce  in  3  acts,  by  Nikolai  Gogol. 
Acting  version,  by  John  Anderson. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French ;  London.  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  1931.  xii  p.,  3  1.,  3-115 
p.  front,  (port.)  12mo.  ©  Mar.  9, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  20 ;  D  pub.  626 ;  John 
Anderson,  New  York.  1665 

Intermezzo  im  zirkus;  ein  stuck  in  der 
manege,  von  Fritz  Grunbaum  und 
Wilhelm  Sterk,  musik  von  Dol  Dau- 
ber. Manuskript.  Vienna,  1931. 
2  p.  1..  3-78  p.  4to.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9891 ;  The- 
aterverlag  Otto  Eirich,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Vienna.    ^  1666 

Intrigue  gallant;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Hoffmann.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9611;  Albert  Hoff- 
mann, 358  W.  Lexington  Drive,  Glen- 
dale,  Calif.  1667 

Intruding  on  LTorace ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Edwin  Scribner.  Chicago 
[1931]  183  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  16, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  19 ;  D  pub.  618 ;  T.  S. 
Denison  &  co.,  Chicago.  1668 

Involving  Irma ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  R.  Shryock.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9756 ;  James  Ray  Shryock, 
5722  Greene  St.,  Philadelphia.     1669 

Iron  (The)  clasp;  a  mystery  play  in  3 
acts,  by  O.  E.   Soule.     ©  1  c.  Mar. 
4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9521 ;  Olan  Evart 
Soule,    9820   Baltimore   Ave.,    Belle-  . 
ville,  111.  1670 

1st  das  nicht  nett  von  Colette;  musik- 
alisches  lustspiel  in  3  akten,  von  Max 
Bertuch,  gesangstexte  von  Kurt 
Schwabach,  musik  von  Willy  Rosen. 
Als  unverkaufliches  manuskript  ver- 
vielfaltigt.  Berlin,  1930.  5  p.  1., 
124  p.  diagr.  12mo.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9882;  Ver- 
triebsstelle  cles  Verbandes  deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller  und  biihnen- 
komponisten,    g.   m.   b.    h.,   Berlin. 

1671 


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1692 


Jt  isn't  being  done ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  Adrian  V.  Harp.  San  Francisco, 
1931.  23  p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  15,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Mar.  2 ;  D  pub.  579 ;  Banner  play 
bureau,  inc.,  San  Francisco.        1672 

It's  a  science;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  L.  Brady.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9908 ;  Joseph  L.  Brady,  507 
E.  Washington  St.,  Pasadena.      1673 

Jack  and  the  beanstalk;  a  marionette 
play  arranged  for  radio  broadcast- 
ing, by  Edward  Mabley.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9787;  Duncan- 
Mabley,  inc.,  Cleveland.  1674 

Jade  faces ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  K.  V. 
Nelson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9597  ;  Katherine  Vincent  Nel- 
son, 115  W.  70th  St.,  New  York. 

1675 

Jane's  legacy;  a  folk  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Eden  Phillpotts.  London,  Duck- 
worth [1931]  133  p.  16mo.  ©  Feb. 
17,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  21 ;  D  pub.  9744 ; 
Eden  Phillpotts,  Kerswell,  Broad 
Clyst,  Exeter,  England.  1676 

Jester's  (The)  intrigue;  a  comic  fan- 
tasy in  1  act,  by  Haynes  Trebor. 
New  York,  London  [etc.,  1930]  3  p. 
1.,  25  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  3,  1930;  2  c. 
Mar.  14.  1931;  D  pub.  600;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  1677 

Jeunes  filles  de  palaces;  comedie  en  3 
actes  [par  Paul]  Armont  [pseud,  of 
Dimitry  Petrocochino]  et  [Marcel] 
Gerbidon.  Paris,  Librairie  theatrale, 
1931.  175  p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  7, 
1931;  1  c.  Mar.  6;  D  pub.  9663; 
Louis  Stiquel,  Paris.  1678 

Job  huntin' ;  a  1-act  sketch,  by  Hollace 
Ransdell.  Linthicum  Heights,  Md. 
[1931]  1  p.  1.,  6  numb.  1.  fol.  © 
Jan.  20,  1931 ;  1  c.  Jan.  28 ;  1  c.  Mar. 
3;  D  pub.  594;  Southern  summer 
school  for  women  workers  in  indus- 
try, Linthicum  Heights,  Md.         1679 

John,  the  beloved ;  a  play  in  3  acts  and 
prologue,  by  A.  L.  Taylor.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9901 ;  Agnes 
Leone  Taylor,  1721  La  Senda  St.,  S., 
Pasadena.  1680 

Joker  (The)  ;  a  dramatic  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Ivan  Gould  (Harold  Gaze) 
©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9900 ; 
Harold  Gould  Ivan  Gaze,  272  S. 
Madison  Ave.,  Pasadena.  1681 

Judas  (Der)  von  Tirol;  volksschaus- 
pielin  3  akten,  von  Karl  Schonherr. 
Manuskript.  Leipzig,  L.  Staack- 
mann  verlag,  1927.  93  p.  8vo.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  2,  1928;  D  unpub.  9889; 
Karl  Schonherr,  Vienna.  1682 


June  moon ;  a  comedy  in  a  prologue 
and  3  acts,  by  Ring  Lardner  and 
George  S.  Kaufman.  [Acting  ed.] 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French,  inc. ;  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd.  [1931]  104,  [6]  p. 
plates,  diagrs.,  music.  12mo. 
([French's  standard  library  ed.]) 
©  Jan.  30,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D 
pub.  629;  Ring  Lardner  and  George 
S.  Kaufman,  New  York.  1683 

June  of  the  hills ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
D.  E.  Camak.  Union,  S.  C,  The 
Economy  press  [1931]  63  p.  12mo. 
©  Jan.  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  9 ;  D  pub. 
644;  David  English  Camak,  Union, 
S.  C.  1684 

Jungle  bums ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  G. 
Jones.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9523;  Russell  G.  Jones,  508  S. 
Washington  St.,  Van  Wert,  O.     1685 

Just-a  so  mebbe  not;  a  vaudeville  act, 
by  Arthur  LeRoy  Kaser.  Boston 
[1931]  13  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  14, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  26;  D  pub.  648; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      1686 

Justizkrise,  gequalte  menschen,  2.  teil ; 
drama  in  3  akten,  von  Carl  Crede. 
Berlin,  1930.  96  p.  16mo.  ©  Jan. 
12,  1930 ;  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
9917;  J.  H.  W.  Dietz  nachf.,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  1687 

Kaleidoscope;  a  play  in  4  scenes,  by 
Ilka  Chase  and  W.  B.  Murray.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  9639; 
William  B.  Murray,  113  W.  57th  St., 
New  York.  1688 

Kali !  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Florence 
Blaisdell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9783;  Florence  Washington 
Blaisdell,  256  Heath  St.,  W., 
Toronto.  1689 

Kicks  and  kisses;  a  tabloid  musical 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  S.  Phillips.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9551; 
Stanley  Phillips,  415  S.  Nevada  Ave., 
Colorado  Springs,  Col.  1690 

King  Elizabeth;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  L.  Edsall.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9697 ;  Richard  Linn  Edsall, 
180  Ave.  A.,  New  York.  1691 

Kitty  of  Russia ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Virginia  and  Frank  Vernon,  from  a 
French  play  by  Alfred  Savoir.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  9534; 
Virginia  Vernon  and  Frank  Vernon, 
49  Grosvenor  Square,  London.     1692 

Kleists  tod;  romantische  tragodie  in  5 
szenen  fur  den  rundfunk,  von 
Werner  Ackermann  und  Alexander 


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Kleists  tod — Continued. 
Weckerle.        Manuskript.        Berlin, 
1931.     2  p.  1.,    [3]-32  p.     12mo.     © 
1  c.  Mar.   7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9878; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.     1693 

Kommt  ein  vogel  feflogen;  komodie  in 
6  bildern,  von  Walter  Hasenclever. 
Berlin,  1931.  2  p.  1.,  [3]-70  p.  12mo. 
©  Feb.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  12;  D 
pub.  9915 ;  Arcadia-verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Berlin.  1694 

Komparserie.    See  Extras. 

La  Louise;  piece  en  1  acte  de  J.  J. 
Bernard.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9823 ;  Jean  Jacques  Bernard, 
22  Rue  Eugene-Flachat,  Paris.     1695 

Ladies  and  gents ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  O.  Cooksey.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  5,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9533 ;  Curtis  Cooksey.  Box 
632,  Ardsley,  N.  Y.  1696 

Ladies  of  the  big  house ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  E.  Booth.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9583 ;  Ernest  Booth, 
Box  13332  Represa,  Calif.  1697 

Lady  (A)  in  pawn;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  A.  Rosendale  and  R.  T.  Ket- 
tering. ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9569 ;  Henry  A.  Rosendale  and 
Ralph  T.  Kettering,  11  N.  Clark  St., 
Chicago.  1698 

Lady  wildcats ;  a  1-act  playlet,  by 
H.  O.  Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9806;  Harold  Oliver 
Kusell,  156  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

1699 

Last  (The)  day  of  Olympus;  a  far- 
cical comedy  in  1  act,  by  C.  Hulse- 
Petrillo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9790;  Carrie  Hulse-Petrillo, 
408  Commerce  Bldg.,  Erie,  Pa.     1700 

Last  (The)  miracle  (a  tale  of  Geth- 
semane)  ;  dramatic  sketch,  by  V.  E. 
Lambert  and  H.  B.  Lambert.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  11,  1931;  D  unpub.  9624;  Vic- 
tor Emanual  Lambert  and  Howard 
Brook  Lambert,  1619  Butler  Ave., 
W.  Los  Angeles.  1701 

Last  of  the  Mohicans ;  adapted  for  ra- 
dio by  W.  F.  Manley.  (American 
school  of  the  air,  Apr.  1,  1931)  © 
1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9765; 
William  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  1702 

Last  (The)  shot;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  E.  Blight.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9496 ;  John  Edward  Blight, 
c/o  33  W.  42d  St.,  New  York.      1703 

Leave  it  to  Dad;  a  2-act  comedy,  by 
E.    C.   Erickson.     ©   1    c.   Mar.   28, 


1931;  D  unpub.  9847;  Edith  Clarice 
Erickson,  Maynard,  Minn.  1704 

Legend  (A)  of  Spain;  opera  in  1  act, 
words  and  music  by  Eleanor  Everest 
Freer.  (Rev.  ed.)  vol.  VII.  Mil- 
waukee, Wis.,  William  A.  Kaun  mu- 
sic company  [1931]  42  p.  fol.  Vo- 
cal score.  ©  Feb.  6.  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb. 
9;  D  pub.  27969;  Eleanor  Everest 
Freer,  Chicago.  1705 

Leif  is  found  by  Dynamo  &  rescues 
the  Princess.  See  Adventures  of 
Leif  in  the  realms  of  Queen  Electra. 

Let  me  explain ;  a  farce  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  B.  Casad.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9568;  Campbell  B. 
Casad,- Hotel  Ansonia,  Broadway  & 
73d  St.,  New  York.  1706 

Libel ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  San  ford 
Feiman  Taft.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9656 ;  S.  Feiman  Taft,  2803 
E.  Belleview  PL,  Milwaukee.       1707 

Lies ;  a  play  by  H.  C.  Greene.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7.  1931;  D  unpub.  9570;  H.  C. 

Greene,  745  7th  Ave.,  New  York. 

1708 

Life  (The)  insurance  agent;  a  3-act 
comedy-drama,  by  Gene  Topping.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9662; 
E.  W.  Gene  Topping,  c/o  New  Bis- 
marck Hotel-Randolph,  La  Salle  St., 
Chicago.  1709 

Limerick  (The)  party.    See  Real  folks. 

Limit  (The)     See  Mr.  and  Mrs. 

Limping  (The)  man;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Will  Scott.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9851 ;  William  Scott.  Crown 
Hill  Cottage,  West  Cliff  Drive,  Heme 
Bay,  Kent,  England.  1710 

Lipotvaros ;  szinjatek  3  feivonasban, 
irta :  Lakatos  Laszlo  [i.  e.  Laszlo 
Lakatos.  Budapest,  Szinhazi  Elet, 
1931]  p.  121-152.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  8, 
1931 ;  1  c.  Feb.  25 ;  D  pub.  9665 ; 
Alexander  Marton,  Budapest,  Hun- 
gary. 1711 

Little  (The)  captain;  a  play  in  pro- 
logue 6  scenes  and  epilogue,  by  G. 
Waldron.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9688;  Grace  Waldron,  2020 
Mendocino  Lane.  Altadena,  Calif. 

1712 

Little  folded  fists ;  a  3-act  musical 
drama,  by  C.  F.  Scheers.  Text.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  9838; 
Charles  F.  Scheers,  Akeiey,  Minn. 

1713 


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1732 


Ljuba  macht  den  haupttreffer ;  konio- 
die  in  4  bildern,  von  Alexei  Tolstoi, 
deutsche  bearbeitung  von  Maurice 
Hirschrnann.  Als  manuskript  ver- 
vielfaltigt.  Wien,  Berlin,  1930.  69 
numb.  1.  fol.  Regie-  und  soufflier- 
bucli.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  24,  1931;  D  un- 
pub.  9634;  Verlag  Max  Pfeffer,  Vi- 
enna. 1714 

Lodestar ;  a  play  in  8  scenes,  by  Marie 
Baumer.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9906;  Marie  Elizabeth  Bau- 
mer. 50  E.  56th  St.,  New  York.     1715 

Love — honor  and  Oh  baby ;  a  sketch, 
by  F.  LeVere.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9557;  Florrie  LeVere.  720 
Riverside  Drive,  New  York.  1716 

• 

Love's  everything;  3-act  drama,  by  R. 
Angell.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  3,  1931 :  D  un- 
pub. 9864;  Rae  Angell,  1811  N.  Or- 
chid Ave.,  Hollywood.  Calif.  [© 
revised  copy  with  new  matter]     1717 

Lover  (A)  in  hand;  a  3-act  comedy, 
by  Mack  Gorhani.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9803;  Mack  C.  Gor- 
ham,  136  Waverly  PL,  New  York. 

1718 

Lower  (The)  depths.  See  Nights' 
lodging. 

Luncheon  is  served;  a  play,  by  S.  E. 
Rauh.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9693;  Stanley  E.  Rauh.  16 
Beekman  PL,  New  York.  1719 

Madchen  (Das)  an  de  grenze;  lust- 
spiel  in  3  akten,  von  Ernst  Makart. 
Als  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Wien, 
1930.  1  p.  1.,  2-110  p.  12mo.  © 
1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  9885; 
Volkskunstverlag,  Vienna.  1720 

Maestro  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Glass  and  L.  Liebling.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  5,  1931:  D  unpub.  9701;  Mon- 
tague Glass,  47  5th  Ave.,  and  Leon- 
ard Liebling.  171  W.  57th  St..  New 
York.  1721 

Maggie  and  Mike;  no.  2,  3,  a  series  of 
comedy  playlets,  by  J.  Jex.  ©  1  c. 
each  Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9801, 
9802;  John  Jex,  158  Riverside  Ave.. 
Westport,  Conn.  1722,1723 

Making  Mary ;  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  by  H.  Orlob  and  G.  Johnson, 
music  by  H.  Orlob  and  Harold  Lewis. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9537 ;  Harold  Orlob,  %  H.  W.  Meyer, 
636  W.  174th  St.,  New  York  and 
Grace  Johnson,  Ephriam,  Utah. 

1724 


Maloneys  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Lola  Newman  [i.  e.  L.  E.  New- 
man] ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9587;  Lulu  Egan  Newman,  320 
E.  42d  St..  New  York.  1725 

Maltine  (The)  story  hour;  Feb.  23, 
1931.  Hansel  and  Gretel,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  Albert  E.  Miller.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9617 ;  Mal- 
tine Co.,  New  York.  1726 

Mar.    3,    1931.      Rumpelstiltzkin, 

a  radio  sketch,  by  Wililam  Bacher. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9618 ;  Maltine  co.,  New  York.     1727 

Mar.   9,   1931.     Rip  Van  Winkle, 

by  Washington  Irving,  adapted  for 
radio,  by  William  Bacher.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9619 ;  Mal- 
tine co.,  New  York.  1728 

Mar.  16,  1931.  David  and  Go- 
liath, a  radio  sketch,  by  William 
Bacher.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9785 ;  Maltine  co.,  New 
York.  1729 

Man  proposes;  by  F.  P.  Coletti.  ©  1 
c.  Mar.  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9812; 
Francis  Paul  Coletti,  44-15  43d 
Ave.,  Sunnyside,  Long  Island  City, 
N.    Y.  1730 

Man  ( The )  with  the  portfolio ;  a 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  Alexis  Faiko, 
adapted  by  M.  Schwartz. 

pB    or^sD   6    \\x   pupa  3  ^x 

©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9871 ;  Maurice  Schwartz,  %  Meyer 
Golub.  231  E.  11th  St.,  New  York. 

1731 

Manual  Labor  does  his  bit.  See  Ad- 
ventures of  Leif  in  the  realms  of 
Queen  Electra. 

Many  thanks;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by  T. 
Bardette.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9909:  Trevor  Bardette,  829 
Foster    St.,    Evanston,    111.         1732 

Marshall  Stedman's  new  book  of  read- 
ings and  monologues ;  35  new  selec- 
tions. San  Francisco,  Calif.  [1931] 
111  p.  front,  (port.)  12mo.  Con- 
tents :  Zone  of  quiet. — Bridget  sees 
Hamlet. — Mrs.  O'Grady  goes  to 
grand  opera.— The  suffering — 
yet! — The  suffering — yet!  (Lec- 
ture no.  2). — Mary's  little  lamb. — 
Bianca,  the  Moorish  dancer. — 
Selling     hardware. — Out     of     dark- 


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Marshall   Stedman's — Continued, 
ness. — Ming-toy    [etc.]     ©  Feb.  18, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  aft.  Mar.  2 ;  A  35075 ; 
Banner  *  play     bureau,     inc.,     San 
Francisco.  1732* 

Masque  (The)  of  America.  See  Wash- 
ington pre-eminent. 

Maurice  Sand's  play  for  marionettes ; 
tr.  by  Babette  &  Glenn  Hughes. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  1931.  2  p. 
1.,  vii-ix  p.  2  1.,  15-103,  [1]  p.  8vo. 
Contents:  The  Rose-Queen  of  Vire- 
mollet. — The  clemency  of  Titus. — 
The  flageolet. — We  dine  at  the  Col- 
onel's.— The  spirit  rappers.  © 
Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub. 
625;    Samuel  French,   New  York. 

1733 

Mf  czennik  i .  bohater  za  wiare  i 
ojczyzne  Ksiadz  Jan  Arcybiskup 
Cieplak ;  sztuka  w  3  aktach  ze 
spiewami  napisal :  J.  Zielinski.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9705; 
Jacob  Zielinski,  1405  Milwaukee 
Ave.,    Chicago.  1734 

Medicine  (The)  man;  a  musical  com- 
edy in  2  acts,  by  A.  C.  New.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9926;  Archey  Cameron  New,  2  E. 
Lexington    St.,    Baltimore.  1735 

Melissie  and  Minervie ;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  E.  C.  Leonard.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  14, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9649 ;  Eudora  Clark 
Leonard,  4356  Maryland  Ave.,  St. 
Louis.  1736 

Menace ;  an  original  story,  by  Frances 
Ferae  [pseud,  of  F.  Wiener)  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9706; 
Frances  Wiener,  124  W.  79th  St., 
New  York.  1737 

Merchant  (The)  of  Venice  (Shake- 
speare's) ;  preface,  introduction, 
notes  and  appendix  by  Pauline  W. 
Leonard.  Boston,  D.  C.  Heath  and 
company  [1931]  lxviii,  118  p.  front., 
illus.  16mo.  ©  Feb.  16,  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  26;  aff.  Feb.  25;  A  34507; 
Pauline  W.  Leonard,  Accord,  Mass. 
[©  preface,  introduction,  notes  and 
appendix].  1737* 

Mice  in  oxygen ;  in  3  acts,  by  Gerald 
Hunfbach.  [London]  Cecil  Palmer 
[1930]  117  p.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  17, 
1930;  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931:  D  pub. 
9913;.  Gerald  William  Huntbach, 
Basford,   Stoke  on   Trent,  England. 

1738 

Midas  has  asses'  ears;  a  dramatic 
play  in  4  acts,  by  Denton  Whitson 
[i.  e.  P.  D.  Whitson]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9733 ;  Pauline  Den- 
ton Whitson,  New  York.  1739 


Midnight ;  a  3-act  mystery  melodrama, 
by  Vic  Connors  [i.  e.  N.  V.  Connors] 
©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9651 ;  Nathaniel  Victor  Connors, 
681   Shatto  PL,  Los  Angeles.     1740 

Mile-a-minute  Kendall;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  Owen  Davis.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931. 
Ill,  [5]  p.  plates,  diagrs.  12mo. 
( [French's  standard  library  ed.] ) 
©  Jan.  29,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D 
pub.  640;  Samuel  French,  New 
York.  1741 

Mind  (The)  reader;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  S.  Small.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9819;  Solomon 
Small,    1846    Pacific    St.,    Brooklyn. 

1742 

Minuet  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Jack  Stuart  Knapp.  Boston  [1931] 
15  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  16;  D  pub.  611;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  1743 

Miss  Lulu  Bett;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Zona  Gale.  A  director's  manuscript, 
including  production  notes  and  direc- 
tions by  Elizabeth  Fenner.  Acting 
ed.  adapted  from  the  original  pro- 
fessional production.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
11,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9845 ;  Longmans, 
Green  and  co.,  New  York.  [©  added 
material]  1744 

Mississippi  (The)  flood;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Mittenthal.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  9647;  Aubrey 
Mittenthal,  575  Riverside  Drive,  New 
York.  1745 

Mr.  and  Mrs. ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  (The 
limit.  Graybar  program,  78)  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9675 ;  Henry 
Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and 
Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls, 
Norwalk,  Conn.  1746 

Mr.  Porter  from  Podunk ;  a  playlet, 
by  W.  M.  Garrott.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9562;  William  Mor- 
gan Garrott,  1252  Linden  Ave.,  Mem- 
phis, Tenn.  1747 

Mr.  Thirteen;  a  modern  musical  com- 
edy in  2  acts,  by  E.  Eliscu  and  A. 
Boretz.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9791;  Edward  Eliscu,  77 
Park  Ave.,  and  Allen  Boretz,  444 
Central  Park  W.,  New  York.      1748 

Mrs.  Fischer's  war ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Henrietta  Leslie  [pseud,  of  G.  H. 
R.  Schutze]  and  Joan  Temple, 
adapted  from  the  novel  of  the  same 
name  by  Henrietta  Leslie.     ©  1  c. 


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1763 


Mar.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9638  ;  Gladys 
Henrietta  Raphael  Schutze,  Glebe 
House,  Glebe  Sq.,  and  Joan  Temple, 
10  Lawrence  St.,  London.  1749 

Mrs.  Grinsby  waves  the  flag;  a  3-act 
play,  by  Polly  MacManus  [pseud,  of 
M.  S.  MacManus]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9563;  Mary  Simp- 
son MacManus,  1149  E.  56th  St.,  Chi- 
cago. 1750 

Mrs.  Watts'  dinner  in  honor  of  polar 
explorer.    See  Real  folks. 

Modern  American  and  British  plays ; 
by  S.  Marion  Tucker.  New  York 
and  London  [1931]  xvii,  946  p.  8vo. 
Contents:  The  circle,  by  W.  Somer- 
set Maugham. — The  field  god,  by 
Paul  Green. — Granite,  by  Clemence 
Dane. — The  great  god  Brown,  by  Eu- 
gene O'Neill. — The  hero,  by  Gilbert 
Emery. — Hindle  wakes,  by  Stanley 
Houghton. — Hobson's  choice,  by  Har- 
old Brighouse. — The  importance  of 
being  Earnest,  by  Oscar  Wilde. — In 
a  garden,  by  Philip  Barry. — John 
Ferguson,  by  St.  John  Ervine. — The 
King's  henchman,  by  Edna  St.  Vin- 
cent Millay. — The  King's  Jewry,  by 
Halcott  Glover. — Madame  Sand,  by 
Philip  Moeller. — Mary  the  Third,  by 
Rachel  Crothers. — Rain,  by  John 
Colton  and  Clemence  Randolph. — 
Saturday's  children,  by  Maxwell  An- 
derson.— The  silver  cord,  by  Sidney 
Howard. — Sun-up.  by  Lula  Voll- 
mer. — The  thunderbolt,  by  Arthur 
W.  Pinero. — To  the  ladies,  by  George 
S.  Kaufman  and  Marc  Connelly. — ■ 
The  truth  about  Blayds,  by  A.  A. 
Milne. — The  vortex,  by  Noel  Cow- 
ard.— Waste,  by  Harley  Granville- 
Barker.  ©  Mar.  18.  1931;  2  c.  and 
aff.  Mar.  20;  A  34960;  Harper  & 
bros.,  New  York.  1750* 

Modern  minstrel ;  words  by  Will  Han- 
son, E.  H.  Eastmond,  H.  R.  Merrill, 
music  by  W.  Hanson.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  27982;  Wm.  F. 
Hanson.  693  N  4  E.,  Provo,  Utah. 

1751 

Money  to  burn;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Elizabeth  Miele.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9896;  Elizabeth  A. 
Miele,  175  5th  Ave.,  New  York.    1752 

Monsieur  Gaspard ;  comedie  en  3  actes, 
by  L.  Ruth.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9825;  Leon  Ruth,  32bls-  Rue 
d'Orsel,  Paris.  1753 

Monsieur  Perrichon's  excursion  (Le 
voyage  de  Monsieur  Perrichon)  ;  a 
comedy  in  4  acts,  by  [Eugene]   La- 


biche  and  [Edouard]  Martin,  tr. 
from  the  French  by  Babette  and 
Glenn  Hughes.  Boston  [1931]  115 
p.  12mo.  ( [Baker's  royalty  plays] ) 
©  Mar.  13,  1931:  2  c.  Mar.  16;  D 
pub.  606 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Bos- 
ton. 1754 

Moon  madness :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Audrey  Scott.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9837 ;  Audrey  Lucas 
Scott,  %  Mrs.  Lucas,  22  Beaumont 
St.,  London.  1755 

Moon  music;  a  musical  playlet  in  2 
acts,  by  Genevieve  Elliott.  [New 
York,  1931]  11  p.  illus.  4to.  ( [Pi- 
anoprettas,  no.  6428])  ©  Mar.  17, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  27975; 
J.  Fischer  &  bro.,  New  York.      1756 

Moor  born ;  a  play  in  5  parts,  by  D. 
Totheroh.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9841;  Dan  Totheroh,  1735 
N.  Wilcox  Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

1757 

Morning  hate;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Elene  Wilbur  [pseud,  of  H.  H.  Wil- 
bur] ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9550;  Helen  Hannah  Wilbur,  P.  O. 
Box  895,  Stanford  University,  Calif. 

1758 

Mother  Goose's  May  festival;  a  musi- 
cal playlet  in  2  acts,  by  Genevieve 
Elliott.  [New  York,  1931]  12  p. 
illus.  4to.  ( [Pianoprettas,  no. 
6429] )  ©  Mar.  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar. 
20;  D  pub.  27976:  J.  Fischer  &  bro., 
New  York.  1759 

Mother  Minnetonka ;  a  play  in  1  act 
adapted  from  an  Indian  legend,  by 
Jack  Stuart  Knapp.  Boston  [1931] 
14  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  16;  D  pub.  610;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  1760 

Mother  of  kings ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  N.  Richardson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  24 
1931;  D  unpub.  9500;  Norval  Rich- 
ardson. 115  E.  55th  St.,  New  York. 

1761 

Mother  (A)  without  heart;  dramatic 
adventure  with  dialogue,  by  Vincent 
Nobile  [i  .e.  Vincenzo  Nobile]  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  9503;  Vin- 
cenzo Nobile,  3674  White  Plains  Ave., 
New  York.  1762 

Mothers  of  all  times ;  a  scriptural  serv- 
ice for  Mother's  day,  by  Mattie  B, 
Shannon  [music  by  Conrad  Kocher, 
Peter  Ritter,  and  others]  6  p.  8vo. 
©  Mar.  23,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  25;  D 
pub.  27979;  Hall-Mack  co,,  Phila- 
delphia. 1763 


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Mulatto;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  L. 
Hughes.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9750;  Langston  Hughes,  4800 
Carnegie  Ave.,  Cleveland.  1764 

Murder.     See  Street  walkers. 

Murder ;  a  la  carte ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Leftwich.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9815 ;  Alexander 
Leftwich,  12  Hewitt  Ave.,  Bronxville, 
N.  Y.  1765 

Murder  by  card ;  a  play,  by  E.  Adams. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9797 ; 
Evelyn  Adams,  Hempstead  Ave., 
Hempstead,  N.  Y.  1766 

Murder  (The)  game;  a  mystery  play 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  Willard.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9659 ;  John  Wil- 
lard, 130  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

1767 

Musical      (The)      comedy.     See     Real 
,  folks. 

My  gypsy  king;  an  operetta  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  C.  Leon.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  9584;  Ruth  C. 
Leon,  5950  5th  Ave.,  Lo;s  Angeles. 

1768 

Mystery  (The)  man;  a  comedy  in  1 
act,  by  Emma  J.  True.  Boston 
[1931]  24  p.  12  mo.  ©  Mar.  13, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  16;  D  pub.  613; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     1769 

Napoleon  of  Broadway.  See  20th 
century. 

Ned  Kelly ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  bv  R.  C. 
G.  Butler.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9548;  Reginald  Charles 
Goode  Butler,  49  W.  49th  St.,  New 
York.  1770 

Neue  (Der)  harem;  komodie  in  3  ak- 
ten,  von  Ludwig  Fulda.  Manu- 
skript.  Berlin-Wilmersdorf,  1931. 
2  p.  1.,  125  ,[2]  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9804 ;  Felix 
Bloch   erben,   Berlin-Wilmersdorf  1. 

1771 

Nights'  lodging  [The  lower  depths]  ; 
scenes  from  Russian  life  in  4  acts, 
by  Maxim  Gorky  [pseud,  of  Aleksiei 
Maksimovich  Pieshkov]  tr.  by  Edwin 
Hopkins.  Recent  revision  of  trans- 
lation. Boston  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  [47]- 
83  p.  8vo.  ©  Feb.  18,  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  21;  D  pub.  617;  Edwin  Hop- 
kins, New  York.  1772 

Nineteenth  century  French  plays; 
edited  by  Joseph  L.  Borgerhoff.  New 
York  &  London,  [1931]  vii  p.,  1  1., 
790  p.  8vo.  Contents :  Coelina,  ou 
L'enfant    du    mystere    [par]    Ren6- 


Charles  Guilbert  de  Pixerecourt. — 
Les  ricochets  [par]  Louis  Benoit  Pi- 
card. — Marino  Faliero,  [par]  Casi- 
mir  Delavigne. — Henri  III  et  sa 
cour.  Antony  [par]  Alexandre  Du- 
mas (pere). — Hernani  [par]  Victor 
Hugo. — Chatterton  [par]  Alfred  de 
Vigny. — Les.  caprices  de  Marianne 
[par]  Alfred  de  Musset. — Le  verre 
d'eau  [par]  Eugene  Scribe. — Merca- 
det  [par]  Honore  de  Balzac. — La 
dame  aux  camelias.  Les  idees  de 
Madame  Aubray  [par]  Alexandre 
Dumas  (fils). — Le  gendre  de  M. 
Poirier  [par]  Emile  Augier  et  J. 
Sandeau.  —  Le  mariage  d'Olympe 
[par]  Emile  Augier. — Le  monde  ;  ou, 
L'on  s'ennuie  [par]  Edouard  Pail- 
leron. — Les  corbeaux.  [par]  Henri 
Becque. — L'envers  d'une  sainte  [par] 
Frangois  de  Curel. — Les  trois  filles 
de  M.  Dnpont  [par]  Eugene 
Brieux. — Cyrano  de  Bergerac  [par] 
Edmond  Rostand.  ©  Feb.  11,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  aff .  Feb.  16 ;  A  33762 ;  Cen- 
tury co.,  New  York.  1772* 

Nobody's  home ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Marion  Short.  New  York,"  Los 
Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931] 
105,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ([French's 
international  ed.,  no.  695] )  ©  Feb. 
19,  1931:  2  c.  Mar.  20:  D  pub.  632; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.         1773 

Nostalgia;  a  fantastic  comedy  in  3 
acts  with  prologue  and  epilogue,  by 
Edwin  B.  Self.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9582 :  Edwin  B.  Self,  inc., 
1  La  Salle  St.  Bldg.,  Chicago.      1774 

Not  too  near  the  music;  a  1-act  play, 
by  Jerome  Dreifuss.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
19,  1931;  D  unpub.  9719;  Jerome 
Melvin  Dreifuss,  680  W.  End  Ave., 
New  York.  1775 

Nouveaux  riches:  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  G.  W.  Pacaud.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9573 :  George  Wash- 
ington Pacaud,  460  St.  Francois, 
Xavier  St.,  Montreal.  1776 

Now  and  then  ;  a  play  in  3  scenes,  by 
L.  A.  O'Brien.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9543 ;  Lucie  Adam  O'Brien, 
548  S.  Main  St.,  Fall  River,  Mass. 

1777 

Oh  !  George ;  a  comedy,  by  J.  M.  Case. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9604 ; 
Julian  Moody  Case,  392  Lakeside 
Rcl.,  Birmingham,  Mich.  1778 

Oh  Mr.  Yaller  dog  take  him  away;  a 
1-act  sketch,  by  Hollace  Ransdell. 
[Linthicum   Heights,   Md.,   1929]      8 


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no.  3.  1931 


1797 


numb.  1.  fol.  ©  Nov.  1,  1929;  1  c' 
Jan.  28,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  3;  D  pub. 
596 ;  Southern  summer  school  for 
women  workers  in  industry,  Linthi- 
cum  Heights,  Md.  1779 

Olaf  Neilson,  deserter.  See  Yust  vone 
Svede  faller. 

Old  man  Murphy ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Patrick  Kearney.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
5.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9535 :  Patrick 
Kearney,  inc.,  %  Edw.  C.  Eowe,  350 
Madison  Ave.,  New  York.  1780 

Olives  are  nothing ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  G.  Nadzo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9763:  Guido  Nadzo,  44 
Gramercy  Park,  N.,  New  York.    1781 

On  ice ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carl- 
ton and  W.  F.  Manley.  (Graybar 
program,  no.  79)  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9770 :  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton.  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and  Wm. 
Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls.  Nor- 
walk.  Conn.  1782 

On  the  picket  line;  a  1-act  sketch,  by 
H  o  1 1  a  c  e  Kansdell.  Linthicum 
Heights.  Md.  [1931]  1  p.  1.,  9  numb. 
1.  fol.  ©  Jan.  20,  1931;  1  c.  Jan. 
28 ;  1  c.  Mar.  3 :  D  pub.  593 ;  South- 
ern summer  school  for  women  work- 
ers in  industrv,  Linthicum  Heishts, 
Md.  1783 

On  the  road  to  California  ;  a  drama  in 
4  scenes,  by  F.  W.  Seden.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  9595; 
Frederick  William  Seden,  3229  Post 
St.,  Los  Angtles.  1784 

On  the  stairs ;  a  mystery  play  in  3 
acts,  by  William  Hurlbut.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc. ;  London.  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
1931.  96,  [4]  p.  plates,  diagrs. 
12mo.  ( [French's  standard  library 
ed.])  ©  Jan.  20,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
20 ;  D  pub.  639 ;  Samuel  French.  New 
York.  1785 

One  boat  missing ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Power  O'Malley  [i.  e.  M.  P. 
O'Malley]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2.  1931; 
D  unpub.  9498;  Michael  Power 
O'Malley,  115  E.  40th  St.,  New  York. 

1786 

One  of  those  days;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Margaret  Cameron  [i.  e.  M.  C. 
Kilvert]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9868;  Margaret  Cameron 
Kilvert.  145  E.  92d   St.,   New  York. 

1787 

Open  house ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  H. 
S.  Lampe.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9862;  Helen  Streeter 
Lampe,  100  Haven  Ave.,  New  York. 

1788 


Open  (The)  sea;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Leon  Waycoff  and  Bruce  Balfour 
Evans.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9652;  Bruce  B.  Evans,  8276 
Gould  Ave.,  Laurel  Canyon,  Los 
Angeles.  1789 

Opry   house  manager;   a  play,  by   G. 

B.  Davidson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9687;  Garland  B.  David- 
son, 300  W.  49th  St.,  New  York. 

1790 

Orange   stripes ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by 

C.  E.  Russell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9580;  C.  E.  Russell,  420 
Lexington  Ave.,  New  York.         1791 

Orchards  (The)  See  Adventures 
(The)  of  Leif  in  the  realms  of 
Queen  Electra. 

Ouanga ;  a  musical  drama  of  Haiti 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  F.  Matheus.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Mar  .10,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9593;  John  Frederick  Matheus,  Box 
1163,   Charleston,  W.   Va.  1792 

Our  American  aunt ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  S.  Campbell.  An  enlarged 
version  of  Has  anybody  tried  a  little 
love.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9912;  Marion  Susan  Camp- 
bell, %  The  National  &  Provincial 
Bank,  208  Piccadilly,  London.     1793 

Out  of  the  darkness ;  a  drama  for 
Easter  in  1  act,  by  Robert  E.  Farn- 
don.  New  York,  1931.  3  p.  1., 
3-19  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  11,  1931; 
2  c.  Mar.  14;  D  pub.  591;  Long- 
mans, Green  and  co.,  New  York. 

1794 

Overture — 1920;  a  play  [in  3  acts,  by] 
William  Bolitho  [pseud,  of  William 
Bolitho  Ryall]  Foreword  by  Ga- 
briel Beer-Hofmann]  New  York, 
Simon  and  Schuster,  1931.  ix,  [2], 
136  p.  front,  (port.)  8vo.  ©  Feb. 
26,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  2;  D  pub.  645; 
Sybil  Bolitho  Ryall,  New  York. 

1795 

Oviparate  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 

D.  M.  Lewis.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9631;  Donald  McLeod 
Lewis,  R.  R.  1,  Box  22,  Carmel, 
Calif.  1796 

Ozarkers  (The)  in  the  hills  of  Ar- 
kansaw ;  Series  1,  a  radio  skit,  by 
Charlotte  Kaye  and  Bob  Miller.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9749; 
Bob  Miller,  %  Manhattan  Hotel. 
New  York.  1797 


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1798 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Pair  (A)  of  silk  stockings;  a  play, 
by  E.  M.  Taylor.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9608;  Ellsworth  M. 
Taylor,   149   Broadway,   New   York. 

1798 

Palace  (The)  ball.  See  Adventures 
of  Leif  in  the  realms  of  Queen 
Electra. 

Panama  (The)  Canal;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (American  school 
of  the  air)  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9773;  Henry  Fisk  Carl- 
ton, Harmon,  N.  Y.  1799 

Panne  des  herzens ;  lustspiel  in  3  auf- 
ziigen,  von  Friedrich  Kalbfuss  und 
Richard  Wilde.  Als  unverkaufliches 
manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Berlin, 
1930.  2  p.  1.,  118,  [1]  p.  12mo.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9876; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Veibandes  deut- 
scher  buhnenschriftsteller  und  buhn- 
enkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

1800 

Partners;  a  play,  by  L.  D.  Hollister. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9553 ; 
Len  D.  Hollister,  130  W.  44th  St., 
New  York.  1801 

Past  thirty ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Priscilla  Wayne  [i.  e.  P. 
W.   Sprague]   and  W.   Sprague.     © 

1  c.  Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  9715; 
Wayne  Sprague  and  Priscilla  Wayne 
Sprague,  6035  N.  Waterbury  Rd., 
Des  Moines.  1802 

Patriarch  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Boyd  Smith.  New  York  city, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931] 
6  p.  1.,  3-145  p.  plates.  12mo. 
(Yale  plays)  ©  Jan.  31,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  20;  D  pub.  633;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  1803 

Paulette  and  Eddy ;  Sketches  no.  1-13, 
by  P.  Parent.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9572;  Paulette  Parent, 
2017  O  St.,  N.  W.,  Washington. 

1804 

Pepper;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  H. 
Neebe.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9846;  Joseph  H.  Neebe,  592 
University  PI.,  Grosse  Pointe,  Mich. 

1805 

Peter  Ibbetson;  lyric  drama  in  3  acts, 
from  the  novel  by  George  Du 
Maurier,  libretto  by  Constance  Col- 
lier and  Deems  Taylor,  music  by 
Deems  Taylor,  opus.  20.  New 
York,  J.  Fischer  &  bro.  [1930]  64  p. 
4to.     Libretto.    ©    Dec.    20,    1930; 

2  c.  Mar.  10;  D  pub.  586;  Deems 
Taylor.  Stamford,  Conn.  1806 


Peter's  past ;  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by  N.  L. 
Zeno,  jr.  and  T.  B.  Stearns.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9546;  Tor- 
rey  B.  Stearns,  37  W.  72d  St..  and 
Norman  L.  Zeno,  jr.,  145  W.  79th 
St.,  New  York.  1807 

Phantom  (The)  racketeer;  a  mystery 
play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  Goodman.    © 

1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9657; 
Melanie  Goodman,  2955  Kalmia  St., 
San  Diego.  1808 

Philip  goes  forth ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
George  Kelly.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles.  Samuel  French;  London, 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931.  6  p.  1., 
3-211   p.     12mo.     ©   Mar.   4.   1931; 

2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  623;  George 
Kelly,  New  York.  1809 

Pilgrimage  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Spiezia.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9600 ;  Anthony  Spiezia, 
132-04  83d  St.,  Woodhaven,  N.  Y. 

1810 

Pinocchio ;  a  fantastic  comedy  in  8 
scenes,  dramatized  from  the  trans- 
lation of  the  Italian  fairy  tale  of 
Hezekiah  Butterworth,  by  Adams  T. 
Rice.  New  York,  Los  Angeles 
[1931]  4  p.  1.,  77  p.  12mo.  ©  Jan. 
21,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  631; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  1811 

Pioneers ;  a  fantasy,  by  R.  D.  Wein- 
berg. ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9751;  Rose  Dorothy  Weinberg, 
2008  15th  St.,  Troy,  N.  Y.  1812 

Piper's  (The)  fee;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
F.  H.  Bill.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9679 ;  Florence  Harrison 
Bill,  Bingham  Rd.,  Columbia,  Mo. 

1813 

Platonic  love;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  B. 
Gross.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9516;  Beatrice  Gross,  1650  N. 
Richmond  St.,  Chicago.  1814 

Playthings;  in  2  acts  and  a  comedy 
[i.  e.  3  acts]  by  Anthony  Buttitta. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9699;  Anthony  J.  Buttitta,  615  De- 
Siard  St.,  Monroe,  La.  1815 

Plungers    (The);   a  comedy-drama  in 

3  acts,  by  Eugene  G.  Hafer.  New 
York,  Samuel  French,  inc. ;  London, 
Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931]  91, 
[4]  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  ©  Jan.  16, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  630; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  1816 

Plymouth's  first  Thanksgiving,  and 
two  other  Thanksgiving  day  plays: 
Thanksgiving  on  Hickory  Slope, 
Bring    on    the    turkey;    by    Marie 


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no.  3.  1931 


1838 


Irish.  Boston  [1931]  36  p.  12mo. 
©  Mar.  13,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  16;  D 
pub.  612;  Walter  H.  Baker  co., 
Boston.  1817 

Poema    (El)    de    Victor    Rojas.      See 

Almas  y  olas. 
Poison  ;  a  1-act  play,  by  H.  J.  Weldon. 

©  1  c.  Mar.  2.  1931 :  D  unpub.  9501 ; 

Hugh    J.    Weldon.    P.    O.    Box    322. 

Santa  Barbara.  Calif.  1818 

Powder  box ;  a  play,  by  P.  Frederics. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  18.  1931:  D  unpub. 
9694;  Phyllis  Frederics.  1315  34th 
St..  Long  Island  City.  N.  Y.  1819 

Prince  (A)  of  adventure:  a  comedy 
sketch,  by  E.  N.  Cocklin.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  9678; 
Eni! lie  Nell  Cocklin,  1170  Wagner 
Ave.,  Philadelphia.  1820 

Prince  (The)  of  Denmark:  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  H.  K.  Armen.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
2.  1931;  D  unpub.  9497:  Herant  K. 
Armen,  1669  W.  Philadelphia  Ave., 
Detroit.  1821 

Printemps ;  piece  inedite  en  1  acte, 
par  B.  Zinimer.  (In  Les  CEuvres 
libres,  no.  114)  ©  Dec.  1.  1930; 
1  c.  Jan.  23,  1931;  D  pub.  8944; 
Bernard  Zimmer,  Paris.  1822 

Pro  and  con;  a  short  subject,  by 
Arnold  Daly  [i.  e.  J.  A.  Daly]  © 
1  c.  Mar.  6.  1931;  D  unpub.  9554; 
James  Arnold  Daly,  471  W.  165th 
St.,  New  York.  1823 

Public  (The)  aroused;  a  3-act  play,  by 
J.  S.  Brown,  jr.  and  J.  A.  Brown. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9834 ; 
John  S.  Brown,  jr.  and  John  A. 
Brown.  247  W.  149th  St.,  New  York. 

1824 

Queen  (The)  protected;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  Charles  Pollock  Reynolds 
Evans.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  6.  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9623;  Charles  P.  R.  Evans,  25 
E.  30th  St.,  New  York.  1825 

Quite  a  remarkable  person ;  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  Elizabeth  Hanchett  Brace. 
New  York  city,  Los  Angeles  [1930] 
3  p.  1.,  81  p.  12mo.  (The  Junior 
league  plays)  ©  Oct.  4.  1930:  2  c. 
Mar.  14,  1931:  D  pub.  597;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  1826 

Rabbi  Joseph ;  episodes  of  Maccabaean 
times— Palestine  166  B.  C.  in  6 
scenes,  by  L.  Stern.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  14. 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9648  ;  Leopold  Stern. 
1254  Stanlev  St.,  Montreal.  1827 


Raided;  a  1-act  comedy-drama,  by 
H.  R.  Denton.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9820;  Harvey  Rosnecht 
Denton,  Hotel  Endicott,  440  Colum- 
bus Ave.,  New  York.  1828 

Rainbow  (The)  fountain  and  the  harp 
of  Apollo;  by  Delphine  Harris  Coy. 
A  pool  pageant  and  a  Greek  pastoral 
fete  for  physical  education  activities. 
New  York.  The  womans  press,  1930. 
28  p.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  28,  1930 ;  %  c. 
Jan.  29;  1931;  aff.  Nov.  14,  1930; 
A  33435;  National  board  of  the 
Young  womens  Christian  associa- 
tions of  the  United  States  of  Amer- 
ica, New  York.  1829 

Ready  to  kill ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  adapted 
by  Bert  Keats  [pseud,  of  B.  Cutti 
and  Pearl  Keating]  from  the  Italian 
of  Gian  Capo  and  Arturo  Rossato. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  10,  1931;  D  unpub, 
9599;  Berta  Cutti,  162  W.  56th  St., 
New  York.  1830 

Real  folks ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  J.  F. 
Brown;  Jan.  19,  1931.  Mrs.  Watts' 
dinner  in  honor  of  polar  explorer. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9852 ; 
George  Frame  Brown,  Hotel  Chel- 
sea, New  York.  1831 


Jan.  26,  1931.     Fifth  edition 

of  Thompkins  corners  enterprise. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9853 ; 
George  Frame  Brown,  Chelsea 
Hotel,  New  York.  1832 

Feb.  2,  1931.  The  astrolog- 
ical party.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9854;  George  Frame 
Brown.  Hotel  Chelsea.  New  York. 

1833 

Feb.  9,  1931.  The  Shakes- 
pearean recital.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9855 ;  George  Frame 
Brown.  Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York. 

1834 

Feb.  16,  1931.     The  musical 

comedy.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9856;  George  Frame  Brown, 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  1835 

Feb.    23.    1931.     The    snow 

man.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9857 ;  George  Frame  Brown, 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  1836 

Mar.  2,   1931.     The  taming 

of  the  Shrew.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  9858:  George  Frame 
Brown,  Hotel  Chelsea.  New  York. 

1837 

Mar.    9,    1931.      The    Gypsy 

tea  room.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  9859;  George  Frame  Brown. 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  1838 


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pt.  if  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Real   folks — Continued. 

Mar.  16,  1931.    The  limerick 

party.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9860  ;  George  Frame  Brown, 
Hotel  Chelsea,  New  York.  1839 

Mar.    23,     1931.     Rigoletto. 

©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9861 ; 
George  Frame  Brown,  Hotel  Chelsea, 
New  York.  1840 

Red  Riding  Hood ;  a  marionette  play 
arranged  for  radio  broadcasting,  by 
Edward  Mabley.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9786;  Duncan-Mab- 
ley,  inc.,  Cleveland.  1841 

Redemption;  a  life  of  Christ,  in  pro- 
logue, 6  acts  and  15  tableaux,  by 
H.  J.  Dotterweich.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9514;  Herbert  John 
Dotterweich,  749  Howard  St.,  Tea- 
neck,  N.  J.  1842 

Remote  control ;  a  mystery  melodrama 
in  3  acts,  by  Clyde  North.  Albert  C. 
Fuller  and  Jack  Nelson.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931] 
2  p.  1.,  3-100,  [4]  p.  plates,  diagrs. 
12mo.  ( [French's  standard  library] ) 
©  Jan.  16,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  20;  D 
pub.  628 ;  Samuel  French,  New  York. 

1843 

Ride  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  F.  H. 
Dawson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9692;  Forbes  Herbert  Daw- 
son, 323  W.  57th  St.,  New  York. 

1844 

Right  (The)  Honorable;  a  satirical 
melodrama,  in  3  acts,  by  R.  Rossen. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9813;  Robert  Rossen,  1480  Shakes- 
peare Ave.,  Bronx,  New  York.      1845 

Right  of  happiness ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Roy  Daavidson  [pseud,  of  S.  H. 
Davidson]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9836;  Saul  H.  Davidson, 
268  W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  1846 

Rigoletto.     See  Real  folks. 

Rip  Van  Winkle.  See  Maltine  (The) 
story  hour. 

Rising  waters;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
B.  S.  Gross.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9930;  Ben  S.  Gross,  23 
Christopher  St.,  New  York.  1847 

Road  (The)  to  the  rainbow  ;  an  inter- 
national peace  play,  with  prologue 
and  7  scenes,  by  Iris  Vera  Vincent 
[pseud.]  (E.  Stenham)  ©1  c.  Mar. 
24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9794 ;  Ethel  Sten- 
ham, c/o  National  city  bank,  79  at 
Amsterdam  Branch,  New  York. 

1848 


Robert  Burton's  Philosophaster ;  with 
an  English  translation  of  the  same, 
together  with  his  other  minor  writ- 
ings in  prose  and  verse.  The  trans- 
lations, introductions,  and  notes  by 
Paul  Jordan-Smith.  Stanford  Uni- 
versity, Calif.,  Stanford  University 
press ;  London,  Humphrey  Milford, 
Oxford  university  press.  1931.  2  p.  1., 
[v]-xxi,  283.  [1]  p.  front,  (port.) 
8vo.  ©  Mar.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  9; 
aff.  Mar.  10;  A  35195;  Board  of 
trustees  of  Leland  Stanford  junior 
university,  Stanford  University, 
Calif.  1848* 

Rocketing  'round ;  or,  The  Hiccolo  pic- 
colo review ;  a  play  in  8  scenes,  by 
A.  Paulson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9696;  Arvid  Paulson.  341 
E.  34th  St.,  New  York.  1849 

Rose-Queen  (The)  of  Viremollet.  See 
Maurice  Sand's  plays  for  mario- 
nettes. 

Royal  (A)  lover;  a  drama  in  4  acts, 
by  E.  Vroom.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9753  ;  Edward  Vroom,  7517 
41st  Ave.,  Jackson  Heights,  N.  Y. 

1850 

Ruby  (The)  ;  a  1-act  play,  by  L.  Pot- 
ter. ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9620;  Lincoln  Potter,  6101  Conn. 
Ave.,  Chevy  Chase,  Md.  1851 

Rumpelstiltzkin.  See  Maltine  (The) 
story  hour. 

Run  out  of  Rhyolite.  See  Death  Val- 
ley days. 

Runaway  Robots  (The  three  strange 
visitors)  ;  by  Edith  Lowell.  Boston 
[1931]  18  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  24, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  26;  D  pub.  651; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      1852 

Sacrifice  (Le)  du  soir ;  piece  en  3 
actes,  de  E.  Schneider.  ©  1  c.  Mar 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  9670;  Edouard 
Schneider,  60  Rue  Vaneau,  Paris. 

1853 

Salomons  schwiegertochter ;  komodie 
in  3  akten,  von  Paul  Frank  und 
Julius  Wilhelm,  nach  dem  gleich- 
namigen  roman  von  Felix  Hollander. 
Als  manuskript  vervielfaltigt. 
Wien,  Berlin,  1930.  94  numb.  1. 
fol.  Regie-  und  soufflierbuch.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  9635; 
Verlag  Max  Pfeffer,   Vienna.     1854 

Sap  (The)  ;  a  domestic  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  William  A.  Grew.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc. ;  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. 
[1931]     1  p.  1.,  3-102,  [1]  p.     plates, 


98 


DRAMATIC   COMPOSITIONS 


no.  3, 1931 


1874 


diagr.  12mo.  ([French's  standard 
library  ed.])  ©  Feb.  25,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  20;  D  pub.  627;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  1855 

Scotch  (The)  twins;  a  play  for  chil- 
dren, by  Eleanor  Ellis  Perkins,  from 
the  book  of  that  title  by  Lucy  Fitch 
Perkins.  New  York  city,  Los  An- 
geles [1930]  2  p.  1.,  76  p.  12mo. 
©  Oct.  4,  1930;  2  c.  Mar.  14,  1931; 
D  pub.  605 ;  Samuel  French,  New 
York.  1856 

Scotland  Yard ;  no.  17,  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Richard  A.  Martinsen,  adapted 
from  Three  times  three.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9666;  Dell 
pub.  co.,  New  York.  1857 

no.    18,   a   radio   sketch,   by   Phil 

Thorn,  adapted  from  Corkscrew.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931:  D  unpub.  9667; 
Dell  pub.  co.,  New  York.  1858 

no.  19,  a  radio  sketch,  by  Richard 

A.  Martinsen,  adapted  fiyom  The 
cleanup.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9668;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  1859 

no.  20,  a  radio  sketch,  by  Richard 

A  Martinsen,  adapted  from  An- 
swered by  gats.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9702;  Dell  pub.  co., 
New  York.  1860 

— — no.  21,  a  radio  sketch,  by  Lester 
Dent.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9827 ;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  1861 

See  all — know  all ;  a  skit,  by  L.  Steed- 
man.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9545 ;  Louise  Steedman,  Hotel  Wall- 
ington  55th  St.  &  7th  Ave.,  New 
York.  1862 

Sentimental  (The)  cynics;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  P.  McCormack.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  9522; 
Herbert  P.  McCormack,  Forest  Ave., 
N,  Lookout  Mountain,  Tenn.       1863 

Servet  in  Genf;  [in]  5  akte  [von] 
Albert  J.  Welti.  [Genf,  Switzer- 
land] In  der  druckerei  Chene  rog- 
neux,  Jean  Paul  Vibert,  1930.  109, 
[3]  p.  front.,  plates.  4to.  ©  Dec. 
16,  1930 ;  1  c.  Feb.  13,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
9918;  Albert  J.  Welti,  Geneva, 
Switzerland.  1864 

Sex-tet ;  a  3-act  play,  by  I.  L.  Sadler. 

©    1    c.    Mar.    19,    1931;    D    unpub. 

9720;  Irma  Lee  Sadler,  115  15th  St., 

Bradenton,  Fla.  1865 

Shakespearean      (The)      recital.     See 

Real  folks. 


She  bluffed  them  all ;  a  play,  by  B.  E. 
Ellerkamp.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9574 ;  Bernard  Emil  Eller- 
kamp, 2626  Sixth  Ave.  S.,  St.  Peters- 
burg, Fla.  1866 

She's  a  spy;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Oliver  Thomas  [pseud,  of  A.  Vec- 
sey]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30.  1931;  D 
unpub.  9894 ;  Armand  Vecsey,  171 
W.    57th    St.,    New   York.  1867 

Ship  news ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Stuart  Hamill  [i.  e.  H.  S.  Ham- 
ill]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9795;  Hugh  Stuart  Hamill.  107  E. 
35th   St.,    New   York.  1868 

Shmindlick  &  Margie,  inc. ;  a  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  M.  Kalmar.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  9710; 
Mary  Kalmar,  424  E.  10th  St.,  New 
York.  1869 

Shot  (A)  in  the  dark;  a  murder  mys- 
tery play  in  3  acts,  by  Lucile  Sawyer 
[pseud,  of  L.  M.  Sawyer]  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9776 ;  Lucy 
M.  Sawyer,  105  E.  15th  St.,  New 
York.  1870 

Silence  (Le)  est  d'or.  See  Goutte 
( La )   d'eau. 

Simon  vs.  Simon ;  a  play,  by  I.  W. 
Kanarek.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9740;  Israel  W.  Kanarek, 
610  Monroe  Ave.,  Memphis,  Tenn. 

1871 

Skandal  bei  Ropfers ;  schwank  in  3 
aufziigen,  von  Gustave  Stoskopf, 
fur  die  deutsche  buhne  iibersetzt 
und  bearbeitet  von  Anton  Seifert 
[pseud.]  Als  unverkaufliches  manu- 
skript  vervielfaltigt.  Berlin,  1930. 
4  p.  1.,  [5]-102  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9875;  Ver- 
triebsstelle  des  Verbandes  deutscher 
buhnenschriftsteller  und  biihnen- 
komponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

1872 

Sleeping  (The)  Beauty;  a  fairy  tale 
retold  in  1  act,  by  Margaret  Ellen 
Clifford.  New  York,  1931.  2  p.  1., 
41  p.  inch  front.  12mo.  ©  Mar. 
11,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  14;  D  pub.  592; 
Longmans,  Green  and  co.,  New 
York.  1873 

Small  town  stuff.  See  Sweethearts  of 
America. 

Snow    (The)    man.     See    Real    Folks. 

Seeurs  (Les)  Guedonec ;  pidce  en  2 
actes,  par  J.  J.  Bernard.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9824 ;  Jean 
Jacques  Bernard,  22  Rue  Eugene- 
Flachat,  Paris.  1874 


99 


CATALOGUE  OF   COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


1875 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Sojourner  Truth;  the  drama  of  a 
great  negro  woman  in  2  acts,  by 
Mack  Gorham  and  Vernon  Loggins. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9937;  Mack  C.  Gorham  &  Vernon 
Loggins,  Columbia  University,  New 
York.  1875 

Somebody's  mother;  a  sketch  by  A. 
Boasberg.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9650 ;  Al  Boasberg,  149  S. 
Roxbury  Drive,  Beverly  Hills,  Calif. 

1876 

Something  for  a  song;  a  marionette 
play,  by  Edward  Mabley,  from  an 
Irish  legend,  ©lc.  Mar.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9788 ;  Duncan-Mabley,  inc., 
Cleveland.  1877 

Son's  (The)  wife;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Jack  Stuart  Knapp.  Boston  [1931] 
14  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  13, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  16 ;  D  pub.  614 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  1878 

Sons  (The)  of  the  Partial  Patriarch; 
a  play  in  3  acts,  by  P.  B.  Bloss.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931;  D  unpub.  9932; 
Pearl  Barker  Bloss,  307  High  St., 
Manitou,  Col.  1879 

Sophistication;  a  comedy  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  V.  Suratt.  Act.  1.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9762;  Va- 
leska  Suratt,  240  W.  98th  St.,  New 
York.  1880 

Sorrow's  children;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  E.  Feinberg.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9622 ;  Elisabeth  Eng- 
land Feinberg,  47  Horatio  St.,  New 
York.  1881 

Sorry  youv'e  been  troubled !  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  Walter  Hackett.  London. 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  New  York, 
Samuel  French,  inc.,  1931.  91  p. 
plates.  8vo.  ( [French's  acting  ed., 
no.  749] )  ©  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar. 
21;  D  pub.  9746;  Walter  Hackett, 
London.  1882 

Soul  (The)  surgeon;  a  mystery  melo- 
drama in  2  acts,  by  J.  Scholl.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931;  D  unpub.  9607; 
Jack  Scholl,  309  W.  104th  St.,  New 
York.  1883 

Souvenir  of  Trenton ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  Burnham  and  G.  Bradshaw. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9866 ; 
David  Burnham  and  George  Brad- 
shaw, Kenilworth  Apts.,  German- 
town,  Philadelphia.  1884 

Soviet  marriage. 
See  Squaring  the  circle. 


Spades  are  spades ;  a  play  in  18  scenes, 
by  L.  Stallings.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9717;  Laurence 
Stallings,  222  E.  71st  St.,  New  York. 

1885 

Spirit  (The)  rappers.  See  Maurice 
Sand's  plays  for  marionettes. 

Spitzentuch  (Das)  der  konigin;  oper- 
ette  in  3  akten  [neuer  text]  von  Rud 
Oesterreicher  und  Jul.  Wilhelm,  mu- 
sik  von  Joh.  Strauss,  fur  die  [buhne 
musikalisch  neu  bearbeitet  von 
Karl  Pauspertl.  [Edition  Cranz,  no. 
779]  Leipzig.  Aug.  Cranz,  g.  m.  b.  h. ; 
Bruxelles,  London  [etc.]  Edition 
Cranz,  1931.  93  p.  fol.  Klavier- 
anszug  mit  text.  ©  Feb.  23,  1931; 
1  c.  Mar.  6;  D  pub.  27963;  Aug. 
Cranz,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Leipzig. 

1886 

Regie     und     soufflierbuch. 

Bruxelles,  A.  Cranz;  London,  Cranz 
&  co.  [etc.,  etc.]  1931.  113  p.  diagrs. 
4to.  Text.  ©  Feb.  23,  1931;  1  c. 
Mar.  6;  D  pub.  9558;  Aug  Cranz, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Leipzig.  1887 

Spring  o'  the  year ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  H.  Robertson.  New 
York  city,  Los  Angeles;  London, 
Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931]  5  p.  1., 
3-150  p.  plates,  diagr.  12mo. 
(Yale  plays)  ©  Jan.  31,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  20;  D  pub.  634;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  1888 

Spurious  self-respect ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  A.  Yannotta.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9718;  Elpidio  A. 
Yannotta,  1136  E.  2d  St.,  Plainfield, 

N.  J.  1889 

Spy    (The)     See  Headquarters. 

Squaring  the  circle  (Soviet  marriage)  ; 
a  play  in  3  acts  by  Valentine 
Kataev,  adapted  from  the  German, 
by  E.  Goldbeck.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  10, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9592 ;  Edward  Gold- 
beck,  150  W.  47th  St.,  New  York. 

1890 

Squirrel  food ;  a  musical  comedy  in  3 
acts,  libretto  and  lyrics  by  R.  G. 
Scott.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931; 
D  unpuK.  9567;  Robert  G.  Scott, 
Yale   drama   school,   New   Haven. 

1891 

Standard  (The)  mothers'  day  book; 
no.  1,  a  complete  mothers'  day  play- 
let, by  Helen  Welshimer,  with  added 
poems,  stories,  dialog,  scripture  and 
pageant,   selected   and   arranged  by 


100 


DRAMATIC    COMPOSITION'S 


no.  3.  1931 


1912 


Helen  Lyons.  Cincinnati.  O.  [1931] 
48  p.  illus..  music.  Svo.  ©  Mar.  10, 
1931 :  2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  16  :  A  34911 ; 
Standard  pub.  CO.,  Cincinnati.     1892 

Stars  never  set ;  a  drama,  by  A.  Pu- 
milia.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D  un- 
pub.  9586;  Anthony  Pumilia,  273 
Coleman  St..  Bridgeport,  Conn. 

1893 

Station  Cloudville ;  an  operetta  in  2 
acts  and  an  interlude,  by  Irvine 
Shields.  Laurene  Shields,  and  Hat- 
tiebell  Shields.  Vocal  score  and  li- 
bretto complete.  Chicago  [1931]  72 
p.  diagr.  4to.  ©  Mar.  13.  1931 ;  2  c. 
Mar.  17  ;  D  pub.  27972  :  Raymond  A. 
Hoffman  co.,  Chicago.  1894 

Status  (The)  quo:  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  J.  Mayer.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31. 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9924.  Edwin  Justus 
Mayer,  802  N.  Roxbury  Drive,  Bev- 
erly Hills,  Calif.  1895 

Steam  clippers ;  a  play  in  3  scenes,  by 
Gordon  de  Borde  [pseud,  of  G.  de 
B.  Brown]  and  P.  J.  Kelly.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7.  1931;  D  unpub.  9575;  Gor- 
don de  Borde  Brown,  2264  Alum 
Rock  Ave.,  and  Patrick  Joseph 
Kelly.  734  N.  3d  St.,  San,  Jose. 
Calif.  1896 

Steppin  lively;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 
B.  Lowry.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9739;  Audrey  Blakely 
Lowry,  Hollow  Rock,  Tenn.  1897 

Storm  warning;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  S.  Douglas  and  W.  W.  Muir. 
Acts  1.  3,  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931;  Act 
2.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11;  D  unpub.  9723; 
Marjory  Stoneman  Douglas,  The  Mi- 
ami Herald,  Miami,  Fla.,  and  Wil- 
liam YVhalley  Muir,  846  Lincoln 
Road,  Miami  Beach,  Fla.  1898 

Story  (The)  of  Death  Valley  Scotty. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Street  walkers ;  a  comedy  in  4  scenes, 
by  M.  Alton,  adapted  for  the  stage 
from  the  story  Murder  by  the  same 
author.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9505;  Maxine  Alton,  2666 
Rutherford  Drive.  Los  Angeles. 

1899 

Strike :  an  American  plav  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Loftus.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1981; 
D  unpub.  9774 ;  John  Loftus,  111  E. 
35th  St.,  New  York.  1900 

Stuff  of  the  moon;  a  farce  in  4  acts, 
by  W.  Schack.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9684 ;  William  Schack,  182 
Pulaski  St..  Brooklyn.  1901 


Sugar;  a  1  act  playlet,  by  P.  L.  Fort. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9655 ; 
Paul  Leslie  Fort,  29  2d  St.,  Hermosa 
Beach,  Calif.  1902 

Suicide  scene ;  by  H.  Lander.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9936  ;  Harry 
Lander,  136  Floyd  St.,  Belleville, 
N.  J.  1903 

Summer  interim ;  a  play  in  2  parts,  by 
F.  Fowler.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9602 ;  Frank  Fowler,  Guig- 
nol  Theatre,  Euclid  Ave.,  Lexington. 
Ky.  1904 

Summer  snow ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Stone  and  S.  Lewis.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  18. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9630;  Sylvia  Lewis, 
1111  Park  Ave.,  and  Edith  Stone,  145 
Central  Park  W.,  New  York.      1905 

Supreme  court ;  a  3-act  drama,  by  M. 
Luban  and  Sallye  Savage  [i.  e.  S. 
Savage]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9621;  Milton  Luban  and 
Sarah  Savage,  38  Park  Row,  New 
York.  1906 

Suzanna  skids ;  a  1-act  comedy,  by 
Carolyn  Barr.  New  York,  1931.  2  p. 
1.,  26  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  11,  1931; 
2  c.  Mar.  14 ;  D  pub.  589 ;  Longmans, 
Green  and  co.,  New  York.  1907 

Sweet  charity ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H. 
F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  ( Gray- 
bar program,  no.  83)  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9771;  Henry 
Fiske  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and 
Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls. 
Norwalk,  Conn.  1908 

Sweethearts  in  every  port ;  a  radio 
play  in  3  scenes,  by  Gordon  de  Borde 
[pseud,  of  G.  de  B.  Brown]  and  P. 
J.  Kelly.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9577 ;  Gordon  de  Borde 
Brown,  2264  Alum  Rock  Ave.,  and 
Patrick  Joseph  Kelly,  734  N.  3d  St., 
San  Jose,  Calif.  1909 

Sweethearts  of  America ;  no.  1,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  Edgar  Schoenberg,  adapt- 
ed from  Small  town  stuff.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  9826;  Dell 
pub.  co.,  New  York.  1910 

Synthetic  honeymoon ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  L.  D.  Hirsch.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
11,  1931;  D  unpub.  9601;  Leon  D. 
Hirsch,  39  Elmhurst  Ave.,  Trenton, 
N.  J.  1911 

Synthetic  (The)  princess;  a  comedy  in 
2  acts,  and  fore-glimpse,  by  J.  M. 
Gower.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9842;  Jean  Milne  Gower,  221 
E.  57th  St.,  New  York.  1912 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


T.  N.  T. ;  a  play  of  a  complicated  com- 
plex in  3  explosions  [3  acts]  by  T. 
Dalton.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9683 ;  Test  Dalton,  359  Front 
St.,  New  York.  1913 

Tagwagwa ;  an  opera  in  2  acts,  nmsic 
by  E.  Wad,  text  by  Norman  Hansen 
and  Dynely  Prince.  Vocal  score.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  27962; 
Emmanuel  Wad,  610  Cathedral  St., 
Baltimore.  1914 

Tail-twister.     See  Hoo  pays? 

Taming  (The)  of  the  Shrew.  See  Real 
folks. 

Tantivy  Towers;  a  light  opera  in  3 
acts,  the  words  by  A.  P.  Herbert. 
3d  ed.  London,  Methuen  &  co.,  ltd. 
[1931]  78  p.  16mo.  Libretto.  © 
Jan.  15,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  3;  D  pub. 
9536  ;  Donbledav.  Doran  &  co.,  inc.. 
Garden  City,  N.  Y.  1915 

Taxichauffeur ;  horspiel  in  3  episoden, 
von  Geno  Ohlischlaeger.  Manuskript. 
Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3] -48  p.  8vo. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9887 ; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.    1916 

Technique ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
B.  Armstrong.  2d  version.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9755;  Eu- 
nice Burton  Armstrong,  River  Road, 
Scarborough,  N.  Y.  [©  new  first  act 
&  many  changes  throughout]       1917 

a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  B.  Arm- 
strong. ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9698 ;  Eunice  Burton  Arm- 
strong, River  Rd.,  Scarborough, 
N.  Y.  1918 

Teddy,  the  Rough  Rider  president. 
See  Theodore  Roosevelt. 

Teiresias ;  [a  tragedy  in  3  acts]  by 
Henry  Bertram  Lister.  [San  Fran- 
cisco] La  Boheme  club  of  San  Fran- 
cisco, 1931.  51,  [1]  p.  incl.  front, 
(port.)  8vo.  ©  Feb.  17,  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  24;  D  pub.  616;  Henry  Ber- 
tram Lister,  San  Francisco.  1919 

Ten  dollars  or  ten  days ;  a  sketch,  by 
H.  O.  Kusell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9674;  Harold  Oliver 
Kusell.  156  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

1920 

Tent  show  tonight ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Barton  Adams  [pseud,  of  P.  C. 
Lewis]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9775;  Phil  C.  Lewis,  New 
York.  1921 

Tenth  (The)  man;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Elma  Ehrlich  Levinger.  Boston 
[19311     32  p.    plate.    12mo.     ©  Feb. 


27,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  3;  D  pub.  583: 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      1922 

Thanksgiving  on  Hickory  Slope.  See 
Plymouth's  first  Thanksgiving. 

That  Carson  affair;  a  comedy  with 
moments  of  satire  in  3  acts,  by  K. 
Benedict  and  J.  Benedict.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9865 ;  Kings- 
ley  Benedict  and  Jeanette  Benedict. 
6206  Leland  Way,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

1923 

That's  gratitude;  a  comedy  in  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  Frank  Craven. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French ;  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  1931.  4  p.  1.,  3-191,  [1]  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  20 ;  D  pub.  622 ;  Frank  Craven. 
New  York.  1924 

Theater  wie  ihr  wollt ;  3  akte  aus  einer 
unbekannten  welt  von  Heinrich  B. 
Kranz  und  Paul  Elbogen.  Manu- 
skript. Berlin  [1930]  3  p.  1.,  [7]- 
98  p.  8vo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7.  1931; 
D  unpub.  9879;  Vertriebsstelle  des 
Verbandes  deutscher  blihnenschrift- 
steller  und  biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  1925 

Their  wife ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  S.  B. 
Taylor.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9524;  Ellen  Scranton  Belden 
Taylor,  50  Woodbine  Ave.,  Youngs- 
town,  O.  1926 

Theodore  Roosevelt ;  a  radio  sketch. 
by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (American  school 
of  the  air,  Mar.  30,  1931)  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9766 ;  Henry 
Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.        1927 

Theodore  Roosevelt;  or,  Teddy,  the 
Rough  Rider  president,  a  scenario- 
talkie,  in  a  prologue  and  4  acts,  by 
Nuita  Roth  [pseud,  of  M.  I.  Mc- 
Caleb]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9911;  Marie  Idealie  McCaleb, 
3082  Kensington  Rd..  Cleveland. 

1928 

There  is  no  wealth;  a  play  in  3  acts. 
by  C.  R.  Decker  and  Mary  Bell 
Sloan.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9758;  Clarence  R.  Decker. 
105  Lafayette  Apt.,  Bloomington,  111. 

1929 

There's  danger  in  love ;  a  comedy  in  5 
scenes,  by  J.  L.  Spectre.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
25,  1931;  D  unpub.  9792;  Julian  L. 
Spectre.  9  Lorraine  Terrace,  Allston, 
Mass.  1930 

These  fathers  !  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
James  Lansdale  Hodson.  London 
and    Glasgow,    Gowans    and    Gray. 


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1949 


ltd.,  1930.  148  p.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  24, 
1930 ;  1  c.  Mar.  4.  1931 ;  D  pub.  9559  ; 
James  Lansdale  Hodson,  London. 

1931 

These  frantic  moderns ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  S.  S.  Whitman.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
5.  1931;  D  unpub.  9872;  Stephen 
Stanley  Whitman.  9032  202d  St.. 
Hollis,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  1932 

They  were  all  sure  :  a  comedy  in  3  acts 
and  an  epilogue,  by  S.  H.  Greenhill. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  11.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9605 ; 
Sara  H.  Greenhill.  20  W.  86th  St., 
New  York.  1933 

Things  you  can't  get  on  the  radio ;  a 
dramatic  composition,  by  M.  Kaye. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  24.  1931  ;  D  unpub.  9793  : 
Muriel  Kaye.  26-58  N.  169th  St.. 
Flushing.  X.  Y.  1934 

This  way  out;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  W. '  Jackson.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9816  ;  Eugene  Willits 
Jackson.  2432  Russell  St.,  Berkeley. 
Calif.  1935 

Thomless  (The)  crown;  a  play  in  1 
act.  by  Bertha  M.  Russell.  Boston 
[1931]  38  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  © 
Feb.  27.  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  3;  D  pub. 
580 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co..  Boston. 

1936 

Three  brothers ;  a  play  in  a  prologue 
and  3  acts,  by  H.  Maloney.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  9.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9581 ;  Helen 
Maloney,  2970  Sheridan  Rd.,  Chi- 
cago. 1937 

Three  married  women ;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  bv  R.  H.  Clurglass.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  9741; 
Reuben  Henri  Clurglass,  51  Stanhope 
St..  Brooklyn.  1938 

Three's  a  crowd ;  a  play,  by  Howard 
Dietz.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9598 :  Gordon  productions,  inc., 
214  W.  42d  St..  New  York.  1939 

Three  times  three.    See  Scotland  Yard. 

To  the  virgins ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  H.  Chamberlin.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  5. 
1931 :  D  unpub.  9532 ;  Jo  Hubbard 
Chamberlin.  New  York  University, 
Washington  Square  Branch.  New 
York.  1940 

Tomorrow  and  tomorrow ;  a  play  [in 
3  acts]  by  Philip  Barry.  New  York. 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French ;  Lon- 
don. Samuel  French,  ltd..  1931.  6  p. 
1.,  3-173  p!  12mo.  ©  Mar.  4.  1931 ; 
2  c.  Mar.  20;  D  pub.  620;  Philip 
Barry.  Mt.  Kisco,  N.  Y.  1941 


Tony :  a  2-act  play  with  music,  by 
R.  N.  M.  Snyder.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  19. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9721:  Richard  Nye 
Merrill  Snyder,  125  N.  14th  St.. 
Easton,  Pa.  1942 

Tradition  :  a  play  in  3  acts,  bv  W.  W. 
Lang.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 9644;  William  Warner  Lang. 
84  State  St.,  Boston.  1943 

Tragische  (Die)  geschichte  von  Ham- 
let, Prinzen  von  Dsenemark;  [von] 
William  Shakespeare,  neu  iibersetzt 
mid  eingerichtet  von  Gerhart  Haupt- 
niann.  begeleitet  von  ausziigen  die 
den  geschichten  von  Saxo  Grammati- 
cus  und  Frangois  de  Belleforest  und 
der  hystorie  of  Hamblet  entnommen 
sind  mit  figurinen  und  holzschnitten 
gezeichnet  von  Edward  Gordon 
Craig.  Weimar,  Gedruckt  auf  der 
Cranach  presse  unter  leitung  von 
Harry  Graf  Kessler.  1928.  202,  [2] 
p.  illus.  (part  col.)  fol.  ©  Dec. 
30,  1929;  1  c.  Dec.  31,  1930;  A— 
Foreign  10845.  Cranachpresse.  Wei- 
mar. Germany.  1943* 

Treasure  Reef;  a  radio  play  in  4 
scenes,  by  Gordon  de  Borde  [pseud, 
of  G.  de  B.  Brown]'  and  P.  J.  Kelly. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9576  ; 
Gordon  de  Borde  Brown.  2264  Alum 
Rock  Ave.,  and  Patrick  Joseph  Kelly. 
734  N.  3d  St..  San  Jose,  Calif.     1944 

Trespass ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Colin 
Grey  [pseud,  of  W.  Lipscomb]  © 
1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931:  D  unpub.  9592: 
William  Lipscomb.  Southland  Life 
Bldg.,  Dallas.  1945 

Trial:  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  A.  Mc- 
Cleneghan.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23.  1931: 
D  unpub.  9781 ;  Evatt  Alexander  Mc- 
Cleneghan,  Box  25  RR  no.  1,  Enci- 
nitas.' Calif.  1946 

Trip  (A)  to  the  city  ;  a  farcial  comedy 
sketch,  by  E.  N.  Cocklin.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9677  :  Emilie  Nell 
Cocklin,  1170  Wagner  Ave..  Philadel- 
phia. 1947 

Troslavia  and  five  small  Slavic  na- 
tions ;  a  little  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
Nicholas  Petanovich  Naiad.  San 
Francisco,  Calif..  1931.  [10]  p. 
16mo.  ©  Feb.  6,  1931 :  2  c.  Feb.  21  : 
D  pub.  587;  Nicholas  V.  Petanovich 
Naiad,  San  Francisco.  1948 

Two  broken  hearts ;  a  melodrama,  by 
A.  Ricciardi,  arranged  for  motion 
picture  play  in  11  scenes  and  tr.  by 
Antoinette  M.  Cassotta.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
19.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  970!! :  Alfonso 
Ricciardi.  579  E.  Fordham  Rd.,  New 
York.  1949 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Understudy ;  a  mystery  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  Luz  Ruelas  and  C.  R. 
Pease.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7.  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 9588 ;  Clara  Luz  Ruelas  and 
Charles  Rowan  Pease,  89-11  Hayes 
Ave.,  Jackson  Heights,  N.  Y.        1950 

U.  S.  A.  with  music ;  an  operatic  trag- 
edy. Paris  [1931]  3  p.  1.,  ix-xvi, 
120  p.  8vo.  Text.  ©  Jan.  13.  1931 ; 
2  c.  Feb.  17 :  D  pub.  646 ;  Carrefour 
editions,  New  York.  1951 

U.  S.  Ark;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  G.  W. 
Cook.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub.  9804.  G.  Whitfield  Cook,  P.  O. 
Box  194,  Madison,  N.  J.  1952 

Use  your  head ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
K.  F.  Kennedy.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9742  ;  Kathleen  Far- 
roe  Kennedy,  322  W.  18th  St.,  New 
York.  1953 

Vanishing  (The)  sex;  or,  The  commer- 
cial nun,  a  play,  by  R.  Weisberg.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931  ;  D  unpub.  9925  ; 
Rose  Weisberg,  1525  N.  Van  Ness 
Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  1954 

Vedova  (La)  scaltra ;  commedia  lirica 
in  3  atti,  di  Mario  Ghisalberti,  dalla 
commedia  emonima  di  Carlo  Goldoni, 
musica  di  Ermanno  Wolf  Ferrari, 
riduzione  per  canto  e  pianoforte  dell' 
autore.  Milano  [1931]  5  p.  1..  294  p. 
fol.  ©  Feb.  24,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  11 ; 
D  pub.  27968 ;  Casa  musicale  Son- 
zcgno,  s.  a.,  Milan.  1955 

Vice  (The)  squad;  a  melodrama  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  Van  Raalte  and  H.  Lieb. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  9530; 
Hermann  Lieb  and  Joseph  Van 
Raalte,  The  Newspaper  Club.  160  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  1956 

Viennese  nights  ;  no.  1,  2.  a  series  of 
radio  sketches,  by  William  Fort.  © 
1  c.  each  Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub. 
9711,  9712;  Famous  artists  of  the 
air,  inc.,  New  York.  1957,  1958 

Vier  (Die)  teufel ;  ein  horspiel  nach 
ein  novelle  von  Herman  Bang,  von 
Otto  Katz.  Manuskript.  Berlin, 
1920.  3  p.  1.,  3-71  p.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9884 ;  S.  Fischer 
verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.  1959 

Vinegar  (The)  tree;  a  play,  by  Paul 
Osborn.  New  York,  Farrar  &  Rine- 
hart,  inc.  [1931]  6  p.  1.,  3-180  p. 
12mo.  ©  Jan.  29.  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  9  ; 
D  pub.  588 ;  Paul  Osborn.  New  York. 

1960 

Visitors  (The)  ;  a  radio  presentation, 
by  G.  J.  Sampsel.     ©  1  c.  Mar.  13, 


1931 ;  D  unpub.  9636  ;  Guy  J.  Samp- 
sel, 25  Franklin  Ave.,  Lynbrook.  L.  I.. 
N.  Y.  1981 

Vortex  damned ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  C.  Stopes.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9863;  Marie  Carmichael 
Stopes,  c/o  G.  Bedborough.  127  Uni- 
versity PI.,  New  York.  1962 

Voruntersuchung ;  sehauspiel  in  5  ak- 
ten,  von  Max  Alsberg  und  Otto  Ernst 
Hesse.  Berlin,  Leipzig,  1930.  125, 
[1]  p.  Svo.  ©  Nov.  14,  1930  ;  1  c. 
Feb.  26,  1931;  D  pub.  9916;  Deut- 
sches  verlagshaus  Bong  &  co.,  Berlin. 

1963 

Voyage  (Le)  de  Monsieur  Perrichon. 
See  Monsieur  Perrichon's  excursion. 

Walking  down  Broadway ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  D.  Powell.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18. 
1931;  D  unpub.  6690;  Dawn  Powell 
106  Perry  St.,  New  York.  1964 

Wanted  a  divorce;  a  play,  by  C.  J. 
Stine.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  3,  1981 ;  D  unpub. 
9506 ;  Charles  Jacob  Stine,  2910  But- 
ler St.,  E.  Elmhurst,  Corona,  N.  Y. 

1965 

Wanted :  a  mother ;  a  1-act  comedy  [by 
Beatrice  Marie  Casey]  (In  Her  The 
favorite  mother's  day  program.  Book. 
©  Mar.  30',  1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff.  Apr. 
2;  AA  66146;  T.  S.  Denison  &  co., 
Chicago.)  1965* 

Washington  at  Valley  Forge;  a  play 
in  1  act,  by  Esther  Willard  Bates. 
Boston  [1931]  16  p.  12mo.  © 
Mar.  9,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  16;  D  pub. 
609;   Walter  H.   Baker  co.,  Boston. 

1966 

Washington  pre-eminent ;  by  Alice 
Hunt  Bartlett.  New  York,  Bren- 
tano's,  1931.  xix,  235  p.  front., 
ports.,  facsims.  Svo.  Dramatic 
contents :  Washington  pre-eminent. — 
The  masque  of  America.  ©  Feb. 
21,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  26;  aff.  Feb.  27; 
A  34544;  Alice  Hunt  Bartlett,  New 
York.  1966* 

Watch  your  step ;  a  mystery  farce  in 
3  acts,  by  George  M.  Savage,  jr. 
and  Edouard  H.  Peltret.  Acting 
ed.  New  York,  1931.  4  p.  1.,  3-81  p. 
12mo.  ©  Mar.  4,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
11;  D  pub.  585;  Longmans,  Green 
and  co.,  New  York.  1967 

Water  (The)  babies ;  adapted  for  ra- 
dio, by  W.  F.  Manley.  (American 
school  of  the  air)  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9772;  William  Ford 
Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk, 
Conn.  1968 


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no.  3.  1931 


1988 


Way  down  upon  the  Swanee  River ; 
a  romance  of  the  Southland  in  3 
acts,  by  Charles  George.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc.  :  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. 
{1930]  110,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
( [French's  international  ed.,  no. 
683] )  ©  Oct.  4,  1930 :  2  c.  Mar.  14, 
1931 ;  D  pub.  601 ;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  1969 

TVay  (The)  out;  a  3-act  play,  by'M. 
H.  Conn.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9538  ;  Maurice  Harold  Conn, 
818  Olive  St.,  St.  Louis.  1970 

Way  (The)  to  treat  a  woman;  [a  play 
:  in  3  acts]  by  Walter  Hackett.  Lon- 
don. Samuel  French,  ltd. ;  New 
York,  Samuel  French,  inc.  [1931] 
95  p.  plates.  8vo.  ( [French's  act- 
ing ed..  no.  1949] )  ©  Feb.  3,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Mar.  21;  D  pub.  9747;  Walter 
Hackett,    London.  1971 

We  dine  at  the  Colonel's.  See  Mau- 
rice Sand's  plays  for  marionettes. 

Wedding ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
Kandel.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9540:  Judith  Kandel,  4328 
Carolin   St.,   Sumiyside,  L.  L,  N.  Y. 

1972 

Week  end ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  A. 
Ward  and  O.  Amend.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21.  1931;  D  unpub.  9759;  Constance 
Allen  Ward,  Straitgate,  Flemington, 
N.  J.,  and  Ottilie  Amend,  33  W. 
Slst  St.,  New  York.  1973 

Welcome  ladies ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Leitzbach  and  H.  Meyer.  ©  1  c. 
Nov.  22.  1930 ;  D  unpub.  9726 ;  Harry 
Meyer.  241  E.v  13th  St.,  and  Adeline 
Leitzbach.  255J>  University  Ave., 
New  York.  1974 

"We're  the  berries ;  a  vaudeville  sketch, 
by  W.  M.  Griffith  and  L.  Levenson. 
©  1  c.  Oct.  11,  1930;  D  unpub. 
9844 :  Wm.  M.  Griffith  and  Lew  Lev- 
enson. c/o  M.  Chopnick,  17  E.  42d 
St.,  New  York.  1975 

What  next?  a  sketch,  by  A.  Rice.  © 
1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9730; 
Andy  Rice,  Ansonia  Hotel,  New 
York.  1976 

"Wheel  in  a  wheel ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  S.  Breit.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9810;  Harvey  Stan- 
ley Breit.  203  Covert  St.,  Brooklyn. 

1977 

"When  Jack  Canuck  was  young;  a 
play  in  3  acts,  by  L.  B.  Thomas. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9565 ; 
Lillian  Beynon  Thomas,  346  Niag- 
ara  St.,  Winnipeg,  Canada.         1978 


When  the  Red  army  marches ;  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  L.  Baum.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  18,  1931;  D  unpub.  9722; 
Harry  L.  Baum,  Republic  Bldg., 
Denver.  1979 

When  thieves  fall  out ;  a  sketch,  by 
Hazel  Lovell  Miles.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9808 ;  Owen  Mc- 
Giveney,  Post  Office  Box  no.  1, 
Landing,  N.  J.  1980 

Which  cousin  Mary?  a  farce-comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  Frank  A.  Bush  and 
Paul  I.  Cook.  San  Francisco,  1931. 
S9  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  15, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  2;  D  pub.  584; 
Banner  play  bureau,  inc.,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 1981 

White  hyacinths;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  B.  Wilcox.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9905;  Gladys  Black  Wil- 
cox, 16  Maple  St.,  Arlington,  Mass. 

1982 

White  (The)  lotus;  scenario,  by  Rosa 
Annette  Gordon.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  20, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9869;  Rosa  Gordon, 
231  S.  Alexandria  Ave.,  Los  Angeles. 

1983 

Whole  (The)  mule;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  King.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9811;  Rufus  King,  Passa- 
grille,  Fla.  1984 

Wickedest  (The)  witch;  a  play  for 
children  in  3  acts,  by  Sophia  Morris 
Kent.  New  York  city,  Los  Angeles 
[1930]  4  p.  L,  51  p.  12mo.  (The 
Junior  league  plays)  ©  Oct.  4, 
1930;  2  c.  Mar.  14,  1931;  D  pub. 
598 ;  Sophia  Morris  Kent,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 1985 

Wife  and  mother :  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Doran.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9610:  Marie  Doran. 
13931-87  R:l..  Jamaica,  N.  Y.       1988 

Wilde  (Die)  Hilde ;  serenissimusch- 
wank  in  4  akten,  von  Ernst  Albert. 
Als  unverkaufliches  manuskript 
vervielfaltigt.  Berlin,  1930.  53, 
[1]  p.  Svo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9874;  Vertriebstelle  des 
Verbandes  deutscher  buhnenschrift- 
steller  und  buhnenkomponisten,  g. 
m.  b.   h.,    Berlin.  1987 

Will  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  R.  F. 
Sheaffer.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9689 ;  Robert  Faust  Sheaf- 
fer, S056  Aberdeen   St.,  Chicago. 

1988 

Winnetou,  der  rote  gentleman ;  schau- 
spiel  aus  dem  Indianerleben  in  6 
bildern,    nach    Karl    Mays    reiseer- 


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1989 


pt.  i.  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Winneton,  cler  rote  gentleman — Contd. 
zahlung  von  Dr.  Hermann  Dimmler 
und  Ludwig  Korner.  Manuskript. 
Berlin,  1930.  69,  [1]  p.  diagrs. 
8vo.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9873 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  biihnenschriftsteller  und 
buhnenkomponisten,  g.  in.  b.  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 1989 

Winning  plays  and  dialogues ;  by  Noel 
Flaurier,  Orpha  V.  Roe,  Gladys  Hen- 
derson [and  others]  Chicago  [1930] 
125  p.  music.  12mo.  ©  Dec.  26, 
1930 ;  2  c.  and  aff .  Dec.  29  ;  A  32453  ; 
Beckley-Cardy  co.,  Chicago.         1990 

Wise  cracketeers ;  a  comedy  satire,  by 
H.  W.  Conn.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9529 ;  Harry  Wagner  Conn. 
160  W.  46th  St.,  New  York.  1991 

Wise  (A)  guy;  a  farce  comedy  with 
music  and  specialties,  in  3  acts,  by 
George  M.  Cohan.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9637 ;  Emily 
Lytton,  300  W.  49th  St.,  New  York. 

1992 

Woman  (The)  in  gray;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  F.  Zucker.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9732 ;  Frank  Zucker, 
1621  W.  Division  St.,  Chicago.     1993 

Work  and  wealth ;  a  modern  morality 
play  in  1  act,  by  Hollace  Ransdell. 
[Linthicum  Heights,  Md.,  1929]  5 
numb.  1.  fol.  ©  Nov.  1.  1929;  1  c. 
Jan.  28,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  3;  D  pub. 
595 ;  Southern  summer  school  for 
women  workers  in  industry,  Linthi- 
cum Heights,  Md.  1994 


Works  (The)  ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  (Gray- 
bar program,  no.  80)  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9769;  Henry  Fisk 
Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and  Wm. 
Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Nor- 
walk,  Conn.  1995 

World  (The)  without  a  devil;  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  A.  Spira.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
3%  1931;  D  unpub.  9508;  Ascher  Spi- 
ra, 29  E.  104th  St.,  New  York.      1996 

You're  just  the  type;  a  sketch,  by  N. 
Farron.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  17,  1931:  D 
unpub.  9680;  Nancy  Farron,  119  Le- 
roy  St.,  New  York.  1997 

Yust  vone  Svede  f aller ;  or,  Olaf  Neil- 
son,  deserter,  a  Swedish- American 
comedy-drama  in  4  acts,  by  C.  W. 
Bachmann.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9931;  Charles  Wm.  Bach- 
mann, 827  E.  Windsor  Rd.,  Glendale, 
Calif.  1998 

Zoom !  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  J.  B. 
Hymer  and  W.  E.  Barry.  ©  1  c. 
Feb.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  9629;  John 
B.  Hymer  and  William  E.  Barry,  150 
W.  55th  St.,  New  York.  1999 

20th  century ;  by  B.  Hecht  and  C.  Mac- 
Arthur.  Act.  1,  2.  New  adaptation 
of  play  Napoleon  of  Broadway,  by 
Charles  Millholland.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9902 ;  Ben  Hecht, 
Nyack,  N.  Y.,  and  Charles  Mac-Ar- 
thur, 25  East  End  Ave.,  New  York. 

2000 


Number  of  entries  included  in  Part  1,  group  3,  of  the  Catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931: 

Class   D,    Dramatic   compositions    (including   446   unpublished    and 

other  1-copy  entries) 1,570 

Class  D,  Dramatico-musical  compositions  (including  48  unpublished 
and  other  1-copy  entries) 78 

Total 1,648 


106 


TITLES  OF  DRAMAS  OF  WHICH  THE  SUBSISTING  COPYRIGHT  HAS 
BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
1909  [2000 


Custer's  last  fight ;  a  dramatic  com- 
position in  4  acts,  by  Hal  Reid  [i.  e. 
James  H.  Reid]  ©  Aubrey  Mit- 
tenthal,  575  Riverside  Drive,  New 
York,  as  the  widow  of  the  author. 
R  1300,  Feb.  10,  1931.  1 

Other  (The)  fellow;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  B.  Home.  ©  Mary 
Barnard  Home,  603  Belmont  St., 
Belmont.  Mass..  as  the  author.  R 
12919,  Mar.  2,  1931.  2 

Rabouilleuse  (La)  ;  piece  en  4  actes, 
d'apres  Balzac,  par  Emile  Fabre.  © 
Emile    Fabre,    66    Rue    La    Boetie, 


Paris,  as  the  author.    R  13067,  Mar. 
23,  1931.  3 

Rising  (The)  of  the  moon;  a  comedy 
in  1  act,  by  Lady  Gregory.  (In  The 
Gael,  Nov.  1903)  ©  Lady  Isabelle 
Augusta  Persse  Gregory,  Gort,  Ire- 
land, as  the  author.  R  13167,  Mar. 
23,  1931.  4 

Valley  Farm ;  a  domestic  drama  in 
4  acts,  by  A.  L.  Tubbs.  ©  Arthur 
Lewis  Tubbs,  %  Evening  Bulletin, 
Philadelphia,  as  the  author.  R 
12920.  Mar.  2,  1931.  5 


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MOTION  PICTURES 


Air  tight;  dialogue  by  H.  M.  Walker, 
directed  by  George  Stevens.  2  reels. 
©  Mar.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  20;  L  2068;  Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2001 

All  excited ! ;  story  by  James  Mul- 
liauser  and  Francis  J.  Martin,  di- 
rected by  Charles  Lamont.  2  reels. 
©  Mar.  3,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  4 ;  L  2021 :  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2002 

Ambitious  people ;  directed  bv  Nick 
Grinde.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  30,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  31 ;  M 
2430 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  2003 

Among  the  married.  See  Men  call  it 
love. 

Anonymous  (An)  letter;  story,  adapta- 
tion and  dialogue  by  Russell  Matson, 
directed  by  G.  C.  Reid.  Reel.  © 
Jan.  4,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  26;  L  2086;  George  Clifford 
Raid,  New  York.  2004 

Antique  (The)  shop;  story  by  George 
N.  Burns,  dialogue  staged  by  Max  E. 
Hayes,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Mar.  10;  L  2035;  Para- 
mount pnblix  corp..  New  York.     2005 

Arabian  knights;  story  by  Francis  J. 
Martin  and  James  Mulhauser,  di- 
rected by  Stephen  Roberts.  2  reels. 
©  Mar.  19,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  20 ;  L  2086 :  Universal  pic- 
tures corp.,  New  York.  2003 

Avenger  (The)  :  story  by  Jack  Town- 
ley  ;  adaptation  and  dialogue  by 
George  Morgan,  directed  by  Roy  Wil- 
liam Neill.  7  reels.  ©  Mar.  11. 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  12 ; 
L  2043 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp.. 
New  York.  2007 

Bachelor  apartment ;  story  by  John 
Howard  Lawson.  adaptation  and 
dialogue  by  J.  Walter  Ruben,  di- 
rected by  Lowell  Sherman.  8  reels. 
©  Mar.  30,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  30 ;  L  2096 ;  R  K  O  radio 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  2008 


Bad  sister  ;  story  by  Booth  Tarkington, 
directed  by  Hobart  Henley.  7  reels. 
©  Mar.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  16 ;  de- 
scription Mar.  17  ;  L  2055  ;  Universal 
pictures  corp.,  New  York.  2009 

Bargain  day;  dialogue  by  H.  M. 
Walker,  directed  by  Robert  Mc- 
Gowan.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  23,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  23  ;  L  2072  ; 
Metro-Goldwyn  -  Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2010 

Behind  office  doors ;  from  a  story  by 
Alan  Brener  Schultz,  screen  play  by 
Carey  Wilson,  directed  by  Melville 
Brown.  9  reels.  ©  Mar.  15,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  30  ;  L  2095  ; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  2011 

Better  method  for  training  chain  store 
employees ;  by  H.  R.  Barnett  and 
A.  T.  Fischer.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  15, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  20 ;  description  Mar. 
27;  M  2432;  International  displays 
co.,  Cleveland.  2012 

Bride  and  gloomy ;  story  by  John 
Kirkpatrick,  dialogue  by  Walter  De- 
Leon  and  Neal  Burns,  directed  by  A. 
Leslie  Pearce.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  22, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  24; 
L  2075 ;  Educational  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  2013 

Broadway  (A)  rcmeo ;  story  by  Paul 
Gerard  Smith,  adapted  by  E.  K. 
Nadel,  dialogue  staged  by  Max  E. 
Haves,  directed  bv  Mort  Blumen- 
s.tock.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  27.  1931; 
2  c.  ami  description  Mar.  31 :  L 
2105 :  Paramount  publix  corp..  New 
York.  2014 

Brown  (The)  derby;  by  Dick  Huemor 
and  Sid  Marcus.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  22, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  30 ; 
L  2099;  R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  2015 

Chain  stores ;  by  H.  R.  Barnett  and 
A.  T.  Fischer.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  15, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  20 ;  description  Mar. 
27 ;  M  2431 :  International  displays 
co.,  Cleveland.  2016 

Charis  service;  by  John  M.  Butler  ad- 
vertising agency.    Reel.    ©  Feb.  10, 


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2037 


1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  4; 
M  2371:  Charis  Corp.,  Allentown, 
Pa.  2017 

Charlie  Chan  carries  on ;  from  the 
novel  by  Earl  Derr  Biggers,  screen 
play  and  dialogue  by  Philip  Klein 
and  Barry  Conners.  8  reels.  © 
Feb.  11,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  9 ;  L  2031 :  Fox  film  corp.,  New 
York.  2018 

Chasing  around ;  produced  by  Phil 
Goldstone.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  24, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  24; 
L  2076 :  Tiffany  productions,  inc.. 
New  York.  2019 

Check  and  rubber  check ;  story  by 
Harry  Sauber.  directed  by  Eddie 
Buzzell.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931; 
2  c.  Mar.  20:  description  Mar.  28; 
L  2093 :  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  2020 

Chickens  come  home ;  directed  by 
James  W.  Home.  3  reels.  ©  Mar. 
3.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  3 ; 
L  2019:  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp..   New   York.         2021 

Circus  time:  by  Dick  Huemor  and  Sid 
Marcus.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  2,  1931 :  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  23;  L  2073; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  2022 

City  lights ;  written  and  directed  by 
Charles  Chaplin.  9  reels.  ©  Feb. 
1.  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  9 ; 
L  2034 :  Charles  Chaplin,  New  York. 

2023 

Club  sandwich :  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  25,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  25 ;  L 
2085 :  Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long  Is- 
land City,  N.  Y.  2024 

College  (The)  vamp;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  John  A.  Waldron,  Earle 
Rodney,  Walter  Weems  and  Harry 
McCoy,  directed  by  William  Beau- 
dine.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  6.  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  10;  L  2032; 
Mack  Sennett,  inc..  Studio  City. 
Calif.  2025 

Come  to  papa ;  story  by  George  Bent- 
ley,  dialogue  by  Leon  Berry,  directed 
by  Wiliam  Watson.  2  reels.  © 
Mar.  7.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  9;  L  2028;  Educational  film 
exchanges,  inc.,  New  York.  2026 

Connecticut  (A)  yankee ;  adaptation 
and  dialogue  by  William  Consel- 
man,  directed  by  David  Butler.  11 
reels.  ©  Feb.  25.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Mar.  13  ;  L  2048 ;  Fox  film 
corp.,  New  York.  2027 


Conquering  ( The )  horde  ;  from  a  story 
by  Emerson  Hough,  screen  play  by 
Grover  Jones  and  William  Slavens 
McNutt,  directed  by  Edward  Slo- 
man.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  6.  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  11 ;  L  2041 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2028 

Cow's  (The)  husband;  directed  by 
Dave  Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  13, 
1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  17  ; 
M  2386 :  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  2029 

Crimes  square ;  no.  1146.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  26,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31:  M  2417;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  2030 

Curiosities  0219.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  27, 
1931;  2  c.  Feb.  28;  description  Mar. 
3:  M  2363;  W.  A.  films,  inc.,  New 
York.  2031 

Damaged  love ;  from  the  stage  play  by 
Thomas  W.  Broadhurst,  adapted  by 
Frederic  and  Fanny  Hatton,  directed 
by  Irvin  Willat.  8  reels.  ©  Mar. 
9,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  9 ; 
L  2027 ;  Sono  art  world  wide  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  2032 

Developing  your  personality  ;  vol.  23, 
(Educational  film  service)  Reel.  © 
Mar.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  21:  M  2390;  Life  insurance 
sales    research   bureau,   Hartford. 

2033 

Devil's  (The)  cabaret;  directed  by 
Nick  Grinde.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  3, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  3 ; 
M  2361;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing  corp.,   New  York.         2034 

Dirigible :  story  by  Commander  Frank 
Wilber  Wead,  U.  S.  N.,  adaptation 
and  dialogue  by  Jo  Swelling,  con- 
tinuity by  Dorothy  Howell,  directed 
by  Frank  R.  Capra.  10  reels.  © 
Mar.  24,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  24.  L  2077;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2035 

Doctors'  wives ;  from  the  book  by 
Henry  and  Sylvia  Lieferant,  screen 
play  and  dialogue  by  Maurine  Wat- 
kins,  directed  by  Frank  Borzage. 
9  reels.  ©  Feb.  28,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  12;  L  2044;  Fox 
film  corp.,  New  York.  2036 

Dog  (The)  doctor;  story  and  dialogue 
by  John  A.  Waldron,  Harry  McCoy, 
Ewart  Adamson  and  Walter  Weems, 
directed  by  Phil  Whitman.  2  reels. 
©  Mar.  15,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  23  ;  L  2071 ;  Mack  Sennett, 
inc.,   Studio  City,  Calif.  2037 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Don't  leave  home ;  story  by  Walter  De- 
Leon  and  Neal  Burns,  directed  by 
William  Watson.  2  reels.  ©  Dec. 
28,  1930;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
23,  1931;  L  2070;  Educational  film 
exchanges,  inc.,  New  York.         2038 

Drums  (The)  of  jeopardy;  story  by 
Harold  McGrath,  continuity  and  di- 
alogue by  Florence  Ryerson,  directed 
by  George  B.  Seitz.  8  reels.  ©  Mar. 
6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
7 ;  L  2026 ;  Tiffany  productions,  inc., 
New  York.  2039 

Dumb  patrol;  no.  4664.  (No.  9  of 
Looney  tunes)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  19, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  31 ; 
M  2427 ;  Warner  bros.  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  2040 

Educational  film  service.  See  Devel- 
oping your  personality. — Winning 
mental  attitude. 

Farmer  (The)  ;  (Walter  Lantz  Bill 
Nolan  cartoon)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  13, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  14 ; 
M  2384 :  Universal  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  2041 

Father's  son ;  from  the  story  Old  fa- 
thers and  young  sons  by  Booth  Tark- 
ington,  screen  version  and  additional 
dialogue  by  Hope  Loring,  directed  by 
William  Beaudine.  8  reels.  ©  Mar. 
4,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
16 ;  L  2051 ;  First  national  pictures, 
inc.,  New  York.  2042 

Fifty  million  Frenchmen ;  based  on  the 
play  by  Herbert  Fields,  E.  Ray  Goetz 
and  Cole  Porter,  screen  adaptation 
by  Joseph  Jackson  and  Eddie  Welch, 
dialogue  by  Al  Boasberg,  directed  by 
Lloyd  Bacon.  9  reels.  ©  Mar.  4, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  12 ; 
L  2046:  Warner  bros.  pictures,  inc.. 
New  York.  2043 

Fitting  Charis  step  by  step ;  by  John 
M.  Butler  advertising  agency.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  10,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  4;  M  2373;  Charis  corp., 
Allentown,  Pa.  2044 

Flaming  hate.  Seq  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Further  (A)  study  of  local  anesthesia 
in  dentistry.  ©  title  reed.  Mar.  16, 
1931 ;  description  and  23  prints  reed. 
Mar.  9;  M  2385;  Cook  laboratories, 
inc.,  New  York.  2045 

Garment  (The)  ;  part  1,  2,  by  John 
M.  Butler,  advertising  agency.  1 
reel  each.    ©  Feb.  10,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 


description    each    Mar.    4;    M   2369, 
2370 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allentown,  Pa. 

2046,  2047 

Geography  (The)  lesson;  directed  by 
Nick  Grinde.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  30, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  31 ; 
M  2429;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.         2048 

Girls  will  be  boys ;  from  a  story  by 
Al  Boasberg,  directed  by  William 
Watson.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  26,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  2 ;  L  2016 ; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  2049 

Golf.    See  In  the  rough. 

Gutsitzende  (Der)  frack.  See  Tailor 
(A)  made  man. 

Happy  (A)  little  honeymoon;  story  by 
Leon  Berry,  directed  by  Harold 
Beaudine.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  15,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  30 ;  L  2100 ; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  2050 

Headache  (The)  ;  story  by  Bill  House, 
directed  by  Howard  Bretherton.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  13,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Mar.  17;  L  2059;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2051 

Heroes  of  the  flames ;  continuity  by 
George  Morgan,  Basil  Dickey  and 
George  H.  Plympton,  directed  by 
Robert  F.  Hill.  2  reels  each.  © 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 
2052,  2053 
Chapter  1,  The  Red  peril.     ©  Mar. 

23,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  25 ;  description 

Mar.  24 ;  L  2082. 
Chapter  2,  Flaming  hate.     ©   Mar. 

25,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  25;  description 

Mar.  26  ;  L  2091. 

His  love  song.     See  Sein  liebeslied. 

Hitting  the  high  C's ;  no.  1196.  Reel. 
©  Mar.  16,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  31;  M  2426;  Vitaphone 
corp.,  New  York.  2054 

Hocus-pocus;  no.  1195.  Reel.  ©  Mar. 
16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
31 :  M  2425  •  Vitaphone  Corp.,  New 
York.  2055 

Honor  among  lovers  :  adapted  from  a 
story  by  Austin  Parker,  directed  by 
Dorothy  Arzner.  8  reels.  ©  Mar. 
20,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar,* 
24;  L  2078;  Paramount  publix  corp.. 
New  York,  2056 

Hot  (The)  heiress;  story  by  Herbert 
Fields,  directed  by  Clarence  Badger. 
8  reels.     ©  Mar.  10,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 


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2074 


description  Mar.  24;  L  2074;  First 
national  pictures,  inc.,  New  York. 

2057 

Hot  wires ;  story  by  Chas.  A.  Calla- 
han, screen  play  by  Harry  Frazer, 
directed  by  Harry  Sweet.  2  reels. 
©  Feb.  22.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  4;  L  2024;  Pathe  exchange, 
inc..  New  York.  1058 

Humanettes  ;  no.  8.  from  the  original 
creation  of  Bert  Levy,  dialogue  by 
Harold  Tarshis  and  Charles  Saxton, 
staged  and  directed  by  Leigh  Jason. 
Keel.  ©  Mar.  18,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  19 ; 
description  Mar.  18 ;  L  2058 :  R  K  O 
radio  pictures,  inc..  New  York.    2059 

I'd  climb  the  highest  mountain ;  di- 
rected by  Dave  Fleischer.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  6.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  10;  M  2379;  Paramount  publix 
corp..  New  York.  2080 

I'm  telling  you ;  story  by  Harry  W. 
Conn,  dialogue  staged  by  Max  E. 
Hayes,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine.  Reel. 
I  Mar.  6.  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  10;  L  2036;  Paramount  publix 
corp-  New  York.  2061 

In  the  rough ;  directed  by  Clyde  Elli- 
ott. (No.  3  of  Golf)  Reel.  ©  Mar. 
1.  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  4  ; 
M  2366  ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  2062 

It's  a  wise  child ;  from  the  play  by 
Laurence  E.  Johnson,  dialogue  con- 
tinuity by  the  author.  9  reels.  © 
Mar.  26.  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  26;  L  2088;  Metro-Gold  wyn- 
Maver  distributing  Corp.,  New  York. 

2063 

Jaws  of- hell;  from  a  story  by  Boyd 
Cable,  scenario  by  Robert  Stevenson, 
dialogue  by  Milton  Rosner  and  An- 
gus MacPhail.  direction  by  Maurice 
Elvey  and  Milton  Rosner.  7  reels. 
©  Jan.  15,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  10;  L  2033;  Sono  art  world 
wide  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.     2064 

June  moon ;  by  Ring  Lardner  and 
George  S.  Kaufman,  screen  play  by 
Keene  Thompson  and  Joseph  L. 
Mankiewiez,  directed  by  A.  Edward 
Sutherland.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  20, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  24 ; 
L  2081 :  Paramount  publix  corp..  New 
York.  2065 

IKept  husbands  ;  original  story  by  Louis 
Sa reeky,  adaptation  and  dialogue  by 
Alfred  Jackson  and  Forrest  Halsey, 


directed  by  Lloyd  Bacon.  8  reels.  © 
Feb.  22,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  16;  L  2049;  R  K  O  radio  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  206a 

Kiki ;  from  the  French  by  Andre  Pic- 
ard,  based  on  the  play  by  David  Be- 
lasco,  adapted  and  directed  by  Sam 
Taylor.  10  reels.  ©  Mar.  6,  1931  ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  6 ;  L  2025  ; 
Feature  productions,  inc..  New  York. 

2067 

Kiss  me  again  ;  based  on  the  musical 
play  Mile.  Modiste,  book  by  Henry 
Blossom,  screen  version  by  Julian 
Josephson  and  Paul  Perez.  8  reels. 
©  Feb.  21,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  12 ;  L  2045  ;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  2068 

Lady  (The)  refuses;  original  story  by 
Robert  Milton  and  Guy  Bolton, 
screen  play  by  Wallace  Smith,  di- 
rected by  George  Archainbaud.  8 
reels.  ©  Mar.  8,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Mar.  16;  L  2050;  R  K  O 
radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    2069 

Let's  stay  single :  story  by  Rube  Welch, 
directed  by  Ray  Cczine.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  13,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  17  ;  L  2061 ;  Paramount  publix 
Corp.,  New  York.  2070 

Lied  (Das)  ist  aus  (The  Song  is  over)  ; 
by  Super-film.  g.  m.  b.  h.,  music  and 
musical  direction  by  Robert  Stolz, 
director,  Geza  von  Bolvary-  10  reels. 
©  Aug.  30.  1930;  1  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  19,  1931 ;  L  2065  ;  Associ- 
ated cinemas  of  America,  inc.,  New 
York.  2071 

Life  history  of  the  bull  frog.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  7 ;  descrip- 
tion Mar.  19  ;  M  2398 :  General  bio- 
logical supply  house,  inc.,  Chicago. 

2072 

Lightning  (The)  flyer;  adaptation  and 
dialogue  by  Barry  Barringer,  di- 
rected by  AYilliam  Nigh.  6  reels.  © 
Mar.  11,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  12  ;  L  2042 ;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2073 

Lonely  wives  ;  from  the  stage  success 
by  A.  H.  Woods,  story  and  dialogue 
by  Walter  De  Leon,  directed  by  Rus- 
sell Mack.  10  reels.  ©  Feb.  22, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  11; 
L  2039 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc..  New 
York.  2074 

Looney  tunes.  See  Dumb  patrol — 
Yodeling  yokels. 

Mile.  Modiste.     See  Kiss  me  again. 


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Man  of  the  world ;  story  by  Herman 
J.  Mankiewicz,  directed  by  Richard 
Wallace.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  27>  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  31 ;  L  2103  ; 
Paramount  publix  Corp.,  New  York. 

2075 

Marriage  rows ;  continuity  and  adap- 
tation by  Walter  Reed,  story  by  and 
directed  by  William  Goodrich.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  18,  1931:  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  31 ;  L  2106 ;  Educa- 
tional film  exchanges,  inc.,  New 
York.  2076 

Measuring  and  model  selection ;  by 
John  M.  Butler,  advertising  agency. 
Reel.  ©  Feb.  10,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  4 ;  M  2372 ;  Charis 
corp.,   Allentown,   Pa.  2077 

Men  call  it  love ;  adapted  from  Vin- 
cent Lawrence's  play  Among  the 
married,  dialogue  continuity  by  Do- 
ris Anderson,  directed  by  Edgar 
Selwyn.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  16,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  16;  L 
2053 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distrib- 
uting corp.,  New  York.  2078 

Mickey  McGuire  series.  See  Mickey's 
stampede. 

Mickey   Mouse.     See  Traffic   troubles. 

Mickey's  stampede ;  story  by  E.  V. 
Durling,  directed  by  Albert  Herman. 
(No.  3  of  Mickey  McGuire  series) 
2  reels.  ©  Feb.  7,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  2;  L  2015;  Stand- 
ard cinema  corp.,  New  York.       2079 

Milkman  (The)  ;  by  Dick  Huemor  and 
Sid  Marcus.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  25, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  25 ; 
L  2083 ;  R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  2080 

Miscast;  story  by  Paul  Gerard  Smith, 
adapted  by  E.  K.  Nadel,  dialogue 
staged  by  Max  E.  Hayes,  directed 
by  Mort  Blumenstock.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  24 ;  L  2079 ;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  2081 

Mr.  Lemon  of  Orange ;  story  by  Jack 
Hays,  dialogue  by  Eddie  Cantor  and 
Edwin  Burke,  directed  by  John  Bly- 
stone.  8  reels.  ©  Feb.  14.  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  9 ;  L  2030 : 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.         2082 

M'Lady ;  story  by  Rube  Welch,  direct- 
ed by  Mort  Blumenstock.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31 ;  L  2104 ;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,   New   York.  2083 


My  west ;  directed  by  Robert  C.  Bruce. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  6,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  10 ;  M  2378 ;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    2084 

Naggers  (The)  at  the  dentist's;  no. 
1192.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  16.  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  31 ;  M  2424 ; 
Vitaphone  Corp.,   New  York.       2085 

News.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  24,  1931:  2  c. 
and  description  Feb.  28:  M  2387; 
Maurice  Eugene  Kains,  Hollywood. 
Calif.  2086 

Not  exactly  gentlemen  ;  from  the  novel 
Over  the  border  by  Herman  Whit- 
aker,  screen  play  by  William  Con- 
selman  and  Dudley  Nichols,  di- 
rected by  Benjamin  Stoloff.  7  reels. 
©  Feb.  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  2;  L  2018;  Fox  film  Corp., 
New  York.  •  2087 

Old  fathers  and  young  sons.  See 
Father's  son. 

One  day  to  live ;  story  by  Douglas 
Doty,  directed  by  Albert  Kelley.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  12,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
12;  description  Mar.  13:  L  2047: 
Universal  pictures  Corp.,  New  York. 

2088 

One  punch  O'Toole ;  story  by  Scott 
Darling,  continuity  and  dialogue  by 
Scott  Darling  and  Sig  Neufeld,  di- 
rected by  Sig  Neufeld.  2  reels.  © 
Mar.  20,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  20 :  descrip- 
tion Mar.  28;  L  2092;  Tiffany  pro- 
ductions, inc.,  New  York.  2089 

One  yard  to  go ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  John  A.  Waldron,  Earle  Rodney, 
Walter  Weems  and  Jack  Jevne.  di- 
rected by  William  Beaudine.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  11,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  30;  L  2101;  Mack 
Sennett,  inc.,  Studio  City,  Calif. 

2090 

Opportunity ;  by  John  M.  Butler,  ad- 
vertising agency.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  10, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  4: 
M  2368;  Charis  corp.,  Allentown. 
Pa.  2091 

Over  the  border.  See  Not  exactly 
gentlemen. 

Papa's  slay  ride ;  no.  1149.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31;  M  2418;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  2092 

Paramount  pictorial ;  no.  7.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  27,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31 ;  M  2416 ;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  2093- 


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Paramount  sound  news ;  no.  52-60. 
1  reel  each.  ©  Jan.  28,  31,  Feb. 
4.  7.  11,  14,  18,  21,  25,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  each  Mar.  26 ;  M 
2399-2407;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  2094-2102 

Patlie  news;  no.  20-27,  edited  by 
Courtland  Smith.  1  reel  each.  © 
Feb.  25,  28,  Mar.  4,  7,  11,  14,  21,  25, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  each  Mar. 
30:  M  240S-2415;  Pathe  news,  inc., 
New  York.  2103-2110 

Pathe  sound  news:  no.  19,  edited  by 
Courtland  Smith.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
28,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
4;  M  2367:  Pathe  exchange,  inc., 
New  York.  2111 

Perfect  (The)  alibi;  from  the  play 
by  A.  A.  Milne,  scenario  and  direc- 
tion by  Basil  Dean.  8  reels.  © 
Mar.  21,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  30;  L  2097;  R  K  O  radio 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  2112 

Pest  (The)  ;  dialogue  staged  by  Max 
E.  Hayes,  directed  by  Howard  Breth- 
erton.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  13,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  17;  L  2060; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2113 

Playing  with  fire ;  no.  1188.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  26.  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31:  M  2423;  Yitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  2114 

Popcorn ;  bv  Frank  Moser  and  Paul 
Terry.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  12,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  16;  L  2052; 
Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long  Island 
City,  N.  Y.  2115 

Quick  millions ;  screen  play  by  Row- 
land Brown  and  Courtenay  Terrett, 
additional  dialogue  by  John  Wray, 
directed  by  Rowland  Brown.  8  reels. 
©  Mar.  11,  1931:  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  26 ;  L  2087 :  Fox  film  corp., 
New  York.  2116 

Rango :  directed  by  Ernest  B.  Schoed- 
sack.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  6,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  10;  L  2037; 
Paramount  publix  corp-,  New  York. 

2117 

Reaching  for  the  moon ;  based  on  story 
with  music  by  Irving  Berlin,  addi- 
tional dialogue  by  Elsie  Janis,  writ- 
ten and  directed  by  Edmund  Gould- 
ing.  9  reels.  ©  Mar.  1,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  16;  L  2054; 
Feature  productions,  inc.,  New  York. 

2118 

Red  (The j  peril.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 


Ridin'  (The)  fool;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Wellyn  Totman,  directed  by  J.  P. 
McCarthy.    6  reels.  ©  Mar.  19,  1931 ; 

2  c.  and  description  Mar.  21 ;  L  2067  ; 
Tiffany  productions,  inc.,  New  York. 

2119 

Rough  seas;  dialogue  by  H.  M. 
Walker,  directed  by  James  Parrott. 

3  reels.  ©  Mar.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  20 ;  L  2069 ;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  2120 

Sein  liebeslied  (His  love  song)  ;  von 
Super-film,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  eine  Tonfilm 
operette  von  Walter  Reisch,  komposi- 
tion  unci  musikalische  leitung  von 
Robert  Stolz.  12  reels.  ©  Aug.  1, 
1930;  1  c.  and  description  Mar.  19, 
1931 ;  L  2064 ;  Associated  cinemas  of 
America,  inc.,  New  York.  2121 

Selling ;  by  John  M.  Butler  advertising 
agency.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  10,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  4;  M  2374; 
Charis  corp.,  Allentown,  Pa.       2122 

She  went  for  a  tramp ;  adpatation  and 
dialogue  by  Lloyd  French  and  Mauri 
Grashin,  story  and  direction  by  Lou 
Brock.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  2,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  30;  L  2098; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  2123 

Shooting  ( The )  of  Dan  the  duck  ;  story 
by  Harry  McCoy  and  Jimmy  Starr, 
continuity  and  dialogue  by  Ernest 
Pagano  and  Jack  Townley,  directed 
by  Arvid  E.  Gillstrom.  2  reels.  © 
Mar.  6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  9 ;  L  2029 ;  Educational  film  ex- 
changes, inc.,  New  York.  2124 

Single  (The)  sin;  story  by  A.  P. 
Younger,  continuity  and  dialogue  by 
Frances  Hyland,  directed  by  Wil- 
liam  Nigh.  8  reels.  ©  Feb.  27, 
1931:  2  c.  Feb.  28;  description  Mar. 
3  ;  L  2020 ;  Tiffany  productions,  inc.. 
New  York.  2125 

Somebody  stole  my  gal;  directed  by 
Dave  Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  20, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  24 ; 
M  2392;  Paramount  publix  corp.. 
New  York.  2126 

Song  (The)  is  over.  See  Lied  (Das) 
ist  aus. 

Spirits  (The)  of  76th  street;  no.  1187. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  26.  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  31;  M  2422;  Vita- 
phone  corp..  New  York.  2127 

Spy  (The)  ;  story  by  Ernest  Pascal, 
dialogue  by  Ernest  Pascal  and  Rob- 
ert   Presnell,    directed    by    Berthold 


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Spy    (The)— Continued. 

Viertel.  7  reels.  ©  Jan.  28,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  11 :  L  2040  ; 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.  2128 

Stars  of  yesterday ;  no.  1178.  Reel 
©  Mar.  19,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Mar.  31;  M  2420;  Vitaphone 
corp.,  New  York.  2129 

Strange  as  it  seems ;  no.  7,  by  John 
Hix,  directed  by  Nathan  Hahn  and 
Fairbanks.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  3,  1931; 
2  c.  Mar.  10;  description  Mar.  4; 
L  2038 ;  Universal  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  2130 

Strangers  may  kiss ;  from  the  book  by 
Ursula  Parrott,  dialogue  continuity 
by  John  Meehan.  George  Fitzmau- 
rice  production.  10  reels.  ©  Mar. 
30,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
31;  L  2107;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 
distributing  corp.,  New  York.     2131 

Studio  sap ;  story  by  Frank  C.  Griffin, 
and  George  Cleethorpe,  directed  by 
Frank  C.  Griffin.  2  reels.  ©  Feb. 
27,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  31;  description 
Mar.  25 ;  L  2102 ;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  2132 

Swing  you  sinner ;  directed  by  Dave 
Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Sept.  24,  1930; 
2  c.  Mar.  20,  1931 ;  description  Oct. 
1,  1930;  M  1935;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  2133 

Tailor  (A)  made  man;  picture  based 
on  the  play  A  Tailor  made  man, 
taken  from  the  play  Der  Gutsitzende 
fraek  written  by  Gabriel  Dregely, 
dialogue  continuity  by  Edgar  Allan 
Woolf.  9  reels.  ©  Mar.  26,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  26 ;  L  2089 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2134 

Taken  for  a  ride;  by  Ben  Harrison 
and  Manny  Gould.  Reel.  ©  Feb. 
26,  1931;  2  c.  Feb.  28;  description 
Mar.  3;  M  2362;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2135 

Taking  chances;  no.  1164.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  26,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31 ;  M  2419 ;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  2136 

Three  girls  lost;  story  by  Robert  D. 
Andrews,  screen  play  and  dialogue 
by  Bradley  King,  directed  by  Sidney 
Lanfield.  8  reels.  ©  Mar.  2,  1931 ; 
2  e.  and  description  Mar.  25 ;  L  2084 ; 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.  2137 

Three  Hollywood  girls ;  story  by  Kath- 
erine  Scola  and  Sherman  L.  Lowe, 
continuity  and  dialogue  by  James 
Gleason,    Ernest    Pagano    and    Jack 


Townley,  directed  by  William  Good- 
rich. 2  reels.  ©  Jan.  4,  1931 ;  '2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  2 ;  L  2017 : 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc.. 
New  York.  2138 

Top  notes;  written  and  directed  by 
Walton  Butterfield.  Reel.  ©  Mar. 
20,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
24;  L  2080;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  2139 

Trader  Horn ;  based  upon  the  book 
by  Ethelreda  Lewis,  adaptation  by 
Dale  Van  Every  and  John  Thomas 
Neville,  screen  play  by  Richard 
Schayer,  dialogue  by  Cyril  Hume,  di- 
rected by  W.  S.  Van  Dyke.  13  reels. 
©  Mar.  26,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  26;  L  2090;  Metro-Goldwyn- 
Mayer  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2140- 

Traffic  troubles.  (No.  11  of  Mickey 
Mouse)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  24;  M 
2393 ;  Walt  Disney  productions,  ltd., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2141 

Trip  (A)  to  Tibet;  no.  1182.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Mar.  31;  M  2421;  Vitaphone  corp.,. 
New  York.  2142 

Two  hearts  in  waltz  time.  See  Zwei 
herzen  im  %  takt. 

Unfaithful ;  story  and  dialogue  by. 
John  Van  Druten,  scenario  by  Eve 
Unsell,  directed  by  John  CromwelL 
8  reels.  ©  Mar.  13,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  17;  L  2062;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    2143 

Universal  newspaper  newsreei.  1  reel 
each.  ©  Universal  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  2144-2155 

No.  3,  4.    ©  Jan.  6,  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  each 

Mar.  3 ;  description  each  Feb.  28 ; 

M  2364,  2365. 
No.  5,  6.     ©  Jan.  13,  16,  1931;  2  c. 

each     Mar.     7;     description    each 

Mar.  4 ;  M  2375,  2376. 

No.  7,  8.  ©  Jan.  20,  23,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  Mar.  10 ;  description  each 
Mar.  7;  M.  2380,  2381. 

No.  9,  10.  ©  Jan.  27,  30,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  each  Mar.  11 ;  M 
2382,  2383. 

No.  11,  12.  ©  Feb.  2,  6,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  Mar.  24 ;  description  each 
Mar.  19;  M  2394,  2395. 

No.  13,  14.  ©  Feb.  10,  13,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  each  Mar.  24 ;  M 
2396,  2397. 


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no.  3.  1931 


2165 


What  a  time ;  story  by  Mauri  Grashin, 
screen  play  by  Arch  B.  Heath  and 
Harry  Fraser,  directed  by  Arch  B. 
Heath.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  8,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Mar.  4 ;  L  2023 ; 
Pa  the  exchange,  inc..  New  York. 

2156 

What  do  you  want?  A  talk  with  the 
John  Hancock  agent.  Reel.  ©  Dec. 
16.  1930 :  2  c.  Feb.  21,  1931 ;  descrip- 
tion Mar.  18 ;  M  2389 ;  John  Hancock 
mutual  life  ins.  co.,  Boston.  2157 

What  does  the  prospect  want.  Reel. 
©  Aug.  29,  1930 :  2  c.  Feb.  21.  1931 ; 
description  Mar.  18:  M  2388;  John 
Hancock  mutual  life  ins.  co..  Boston. 

2158 

Wife  (The)  o'  Riley;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  Eddie  Moran,  Charles  La- 
mont.  and  Mark  Sandrich,  directed 
by  Mark  Sandrich.  2  reels.  ©  Mar. 
2.  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  Mar. 
18;  L  2057:  R  K  O  radio  nictures, 
inc.,  New  York.  2159 

Winning  (The)  mental  attitude,  vol. 
22.  (Educational  film  service) 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  2,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Mar.  9 ;  M  2377 ;  Life  in- 
surance sales  research  bureau,  Hart- 
ford. 2160 


Women  men  marry ;  adaptation  by 
John  Francis  Natteford,  directed  by 
Charles  Hutchinson.  7  reels.  © 
Mar.  25,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  30;  de- 
scription Mar.  28;  L  2094;  Charles 
Hutchison  productions,  inc.,  NewT 
York.  2161 

Won  by  a  neck;  story  by  Tom  White- 
ley,  continuity  and  dialogue  by 
Harry  McCoy  and  Walter  De  Leon, 
directed  by  William  Goodrich.  2 
reels.  ©  Oct.  5,  1930;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Mar.  18,  1931;  L  2056; 
Educational  film  exchanges,  inc., 
New  York.  2162 

Worse  than  war ;  by  R.  H.  Ray.  © 
tide,  description  and  8  prints  reed. 
Mar.  20,  1931;  M  2391;  Ray-Bell 
films,  inc.,  St.  Paul.  2163 

Yodeling  yokels;  no.  4680.  (No.  10 
of  Looney  tunes)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  26, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  31 ; 
M  2428 ;  Warner  bros.  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  2164 

Zwei  herzen  im  %  takt  (Two  hearts 
in  waltz  time)  ;  von  Super-film,  g. 
m.  b.  h.,  manuskript  von  Walter 
Reisch  und  Franz  Schulz ;  kompo- 
sition  und  musikalische  leitung  von 
Robert  Stolz.  10  reels.  ©  Mar.  13, 
1930 ;  1  c.  and  description  Mar.  19, 
1931 ;  L  2063 ;  Associated  cinemas  of 
America,  inc.,  New  York.  2165 


Number  of  entries  in  classes  L  and  M   included   in  the  catalogue   since 
Jan.  1,  1931 : 

Motion-picture    photoplays 261 

Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays 256 

Total 517 

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DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 
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1931 

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rilHE  Catalogue  of  Copyright  Entries  is  published  in  four  parts.  Part  1, 
■*■  Group  3,  issued  monthly,  contains  titles  of  Dramatic  compositions  and 
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Class  "  D,"  Dramatic  compositions  and  Dramatico-musical  compositions,  arranged 
alphabetically  by  title;  Class  "L,"  Motion-picture  photoplays;  and  Class  "M," 
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CLASS  D 

DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 


Abel  Baer.     See  Popular  composers 

Adventurer ;  a  1-act  play,  by  E.  F. 
Hannan.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10259 ;  Edward  F.  Hannan, 
359  Atlantic  Ave.,  Boston.  2166 

Ami's  third  marriage ;  tragi-eomedy  in 
3  acts,  by  O.  Omar.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10031 ;  Omar  Omar, 
321  Bay  Ridge  Ave.,  Brooklyn.     2167 

Air  (The)  is  full  of  it ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  G.  Bryant.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10232;  George 
Bryant,  1160  5th  Ave.,  New  York. 

2168 

Al  Piantadosi.    See  Popular  composers. 

Ali  Baba  and  the  forty  thieves ; 
adapted  for  radio,  by  W.  F.  Manley. 
(American  school  of  the  air,  Apr. 
15,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10250 ;  William  Ford  Manley. 
Silvermine  Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn. 

2169 

Alibi ;  a  short  sketch  for  revue,  by  M. 
Offner.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14.  1931;  D 
unpub.  10221;  Mortimer  Offner,  77 
Park  Ave.,  New  York.  2170 

All  in  one  day ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Parrish.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10006  :  Lionel  Parrish,  312 
W.    91st    St.,   New   York.  2171 

All  in  the  headlines ;  a  group  of  black- 
outs, by  C.  L.  Fernberg.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  23,  1931;  D  unpub.  10013; 
Clarence  Leonard  Fernberg,  Hotel 
Lexington.  New  York.  2172 

Alles  schwindel ;  burleske  in  8  bildern, 
text  von  Marcellus  Schiffer,  musik 
von  Mischa  Spolianskv.  Berlin, 
1931.  3  p.  1.,  76  p.  4to.  Text.  © 
Mar.  28,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  30 ;  D.  pub. 
10112;   Adolph   Fiirstner,  Berlin. 

2173 

Almost  a  bigamist ;  or,  The  make- 
believe  wife ;  a  comedy  in  4  scenes, 
by  A.  Strawn.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10235 :  Arthur  Strawn, 
865  W.  End  Ave.,  New  York.       2174 


Along  the  way  ;  a  religious  drama,  text 
and  lyrics  by  Valeria  R.  Lehman, 
incidental  music  by  I.  H.  Meredith. 
New  York.  1931.  12  p.  8vo.  © 
Mar.  4,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  9;  D  pub. 
27995;  Tuilar-Meredith  co.,  New 
York.  2175 

Altra  (L')  ;  commedia  drammatica  in 
3  atti,  di  L.  Guarnieri.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
4.  1931;  D  unpub.  10026;  Lia 
Guarnieri,  Via  Sant'  Orsola  13, 
Milan.  2176 

Angles  on  earth ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
D.  S.  Mosesson  and  P.  Gross.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  9966; 
David  S.  Mosesson,  303  5th  Ave., 
and  Philip  Gross,  254  W.  54th  St., 
New  York.  2177 

Antic  round ;  a  play  in  prologue,  4  acts 
and  epilogue,  by  J.  D.  M.  Brown. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10150;  Julia  Davies  McMahon 
Brown,  360  E.  55th   St.,  New  York. 

2178 

Apartment  with  view ;  a  burlesque,  by 
G.  S.  Brooks.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10215;  George  S.  Brooks, 
27  James  St.,  Cortland,  N.  Y.      2179 

Ask  for  love  :  a  comedy  by  E.  Roberts 
and  F.  M.  Cavett.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9957;  Edward 
Roberts  and  Frank  Morgan  Cavett, 
131  E.  40th  St.,  New  York.         2180 

At  the  movies  :  a  monologue,  by  John 
Hendell  [pseud,  of  P.  Kimball] 
©  1  c.  Apr.  28.  1931:  D  unpub. 
10321;  Paul  Kimball,  65  Yucca  St., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2181 

Atonement ;  a  1-act  melo-drama,  by  J. 
Kasacov.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10107 ;  Joseph  Kasacov,  2588 
Marengo  St.,  Los  Angeles.  2182 

Background ;  a  play,  by  S.  Chayes.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  9954; 
Sally  Chayes,  Hotel  Greystone,  New 
York.  2183 

Bad  times  at  the  Punches;  a  play  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  Shephard.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.    20,    1931;    D    unpub.    10206; 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Bad  times  at  the  Punches — Contd. 
Esther     Shephard,    362    Ward     St., 
Seattle,  Wash.  2184 

Band  concert;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Ralph  Mead.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10161 ;  Ralph  Henry  Mead, 
203  N.  Park  St.,  Merrill,  Wis.      2185 

Barracoon  (The)  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Harry  Hervey  and  Carleton  Hil- 
dreth.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10021 ;  Century  play  co.,  inc.,  New 
York.  2186 

Barter  (The)  for  the  bride  (Prodana 
nevesta)  ;  a  comic  opera  in  3  acts, 
book  by  K.  Sabina,  music  by  F. 
Smetana,  English  words  by  C.  H. 
Meltzer.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10294;  Charles 
Henry  Meltzer,  5  Sheridan  Sq.,  New 
York.  2187 

Bartlett  (The)  family;  Episode  1,  a 
radio  sketch,  by  H.  Miller  and  Lew 
Lehr.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9950;  Harry  Miller  and  Lewis  C. 
Lehr,  3705  90th;  St.,  Jackson 
Heights,  L.   I.,  N.  Y.  2188 

Because  he  laughed ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  B.  Townly.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10103;  Barry  Townly,  70 
W.  46th   St.,  New  York.  2189 

Behind  jarred  doors;  [a  dramatic 
scene]  by  Francis  Talbot.  (In 
America,  v.  45,  no.  2,  Apr.  18,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  pub.  664; 
America  press,  New  York.  2190 

Behind  the  scenes ;  a  dramtic  skit, 
by  H.  S.  Miller  and  L.  C.  Lehr.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10067 : 
Harry  S.  Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr, 
3705  90th  St.,  Jackson  Heights,  L.  L, 
N.  Y.  2191 

Belgravia ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A.  B. 
Moody.  ©  1  e.  Apr.  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10101;  Alan  B.  Moody,  1926 
La  Mesa  Drive,  Santa  Monica,  Calif. 

2192 

Beneath  the  mask !  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  E.  Burke.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10085;  James  Ed- 
ward Burke,  5355  Monroe  St.,  Holly- 
wood. 2193 

Best  (The)  policy;  a  comedy  short 
with  dialogue,  bv  L.  Cole.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  7,  1931;  D 'unpub.  10028;  Les- 
ter Cole,  605  Lexington  Ave.,  New 
York.  2194 

Bettler  (Der)  namenlos ;  oper  in  3 
akten,  von  Robert  Heger.     Klavier- 


auszubg  mit  text  von  Franz  Hal- 
lasch  und  Erwin  Stein.  Wein, 
Leipzig,  1931.  276  p.  fol.  ©  Jan. 
29,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  6 ;  D  pub.  28004 ; 
Universal  edition,  a.  g.,  Vienna. 

2195 

Betty,  be  careful;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Willis  Maxwell  Goodhue.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9986 ;  Gerald 

F.  Bacon,  141  W.  44th  St.,  New 
York.  2196 

Big   (The)   shot;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 

G.  C.  Reid.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10194;  George  Clifford 
Reid,  615  Sierra  Drive,  Beverly 
Hills,  Calif.  2197 

by  L.  G.  Bonelli.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 

1931 ;  D  unpub.  10132 ;  Louis  George 
Bonelli,  889  Hancock  St.,  Brooklyn. 

2198 

Bits  from  the  hits;  by  S.  Herzig.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  10019; 
Sig  Herzig,  138  W.  58th  St.,  New 
York.  2199 

Black  (The)  cat;  a  musical  mystery 
melodrama  in  2  acts,  by  A.  Gordon. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  28,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10319 ;  Anne  Gordon,  Balsam 
Ct.,  New  St.,  Far  Rockaway,  L.  I. 
N.  Y.  2200 

Black  leopards  are  lovely  playmates. 
See  Dixies  circus. 

Blazen  ;  a  historical  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  N.  T.  Lyon  and  S.  J.  Judd.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931;  D  unpub.  10333; 
Norman  T.  Lyon,  610  Union  Trust 
Bldg.,  and  Sherman  L.  Judd,  447 
Thurston   Rd.,   Rochester,   N.   Y. 

2201 

Blue  water;  a  mystery  of  the  sea  in 
3  acts,  by  H.  Southgate.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10222 ;  How- 
ard Southgate,  1605  Biscayne  Blvd., 
Miami,  Fla.  2202 

Body  and  soul ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  B.  Mason  and  Kenneth  Keith 
[i.  e.  K.  K,  Hood-Daniel]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9980 ;  Homer 
Bates  Mason,  Southport,  Conn.,  and 
Kenneth  Keith  Hood-Daniel,  400  E. 
49th  St.,  New  York.  2203 

Bootlegger  (The)  ;  a  comedy  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  W.  H.  Phelps.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10049;  Wil- 
liam Henry  Phelps,  1431  Farnam 
St.,  La  Crosse,  Wis.  2204 

Border  racket ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
T.   Overton.     ©   1   c.   Apr.   2,   1931; 


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no.  4,  1931 


2226 


D   unpub.  9975;   Tom   Overton,   103 
W.  127th  St.,  New  York.  2205 

Boy  (The)  who  made  good;  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  R.  Ullman  and  A.  J. 
Scheuer,  jr.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9748 ;  James  Ramsey  Ull- 
man. 325  E.  57th  St.,  and  Arnold 
L.  Scheuer,  jr.,  Ill  E.  56th  St., 
New  York.  2206 

Broken  butterfly ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
John  Hendell  [pseud,  of  P.  Kimball] 
©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10230;  Paul  Kimball,  6500  Yucca 
St.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  2207 

Bruin  Bear  takes  English  lessons. 
See  Dixies  circus. 

Buried  treasure ;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
E.  L.  Moorefleld.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10102;  Edith  Long 
Moorefleld.  P.  O.  Box  611,  Del  Rio, 
Tex.  2208 

Cabaret  lady ;  a  musical  play  in  2 
acts,  by  R.  S.  Chryst  and  C.  H. 
Gaver.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10116:  Richard  S.  Chryst 
and  Claude  H.  Gaver,  352  W.  87th 
St.,  New  York.  2209 

California's  daughter ;  opera  in  3  atti, 
versi  e  della  musica,  di  P.  Leoni. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
28011 ;  Pasquale  Leoni,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 2210 

Camera  (La)  rossa  ;  vicenda  coniugale 
Americana  in  3  atti,  di  L.  Guarnieri. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10023:  Lia  Guarnieri,  Via  Sant  Or- 
sola  13,  Milan.  2211 

Castle  (The)  of  life;  a  pageant  for 
children's  day,  by  Verna  Whinery 
[music  by  I.  H.  Meredith]  New 
York,  1931.  11,  [1]  p.  diagr.  8vo. 
©  Mar.  4,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  9;  D 
pub.  27997;  Tullar-Meredith  co., 
New  York.  2212 

Cecil  goes  to  work.  See  Racket, 
wreckers. 

Celeste ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J.  Dalv. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10199;  John  Daly,  3322  Tennyson 
St.,  N.  W.,  Washington.  2213 

Central  High ;  a  play  in  11  scenes  and 
10  interludes,  by  Barton  Adams 
[pseud,  of  P.  C.  Lewis]  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10264;  Phil  C. 
Lewis,  344  E.  48th  St.,  New  York. 

2214 


Chair  (A)  for  two;  a  play,  by  C. 
Gross.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10075 ;  Caroline  Gross,  303  Lex- 
ington   Ave.,    New    York.  2215 

Characters  at  large;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  H.  Brunswick.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10208 ;  Raymond 
Hitchcock  Brunswick,  West  Hotel, 
Minneapolis.  2216 

Charis  series ;  a  radio  sketch  by  Ruth 
Borden,  no.  6.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10005 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  2217 

no.  7.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  10,  1931 


D   unpub.    10069;    Charis   corp.,    Al- 
lentown,  Pa.  2218 

no.  8.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ; 

D  unpub.  10171 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  2219 

no.  9.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931; 

D  unpub.  10280 ;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,   Pa.  2220 

Chawdpur  (The)  emerald;  a  play  in 
2  scenes,  by  M.  E.  Taggart.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10110 ;  Mar- 
guerite Estelle  Taggart,  3207  37th 
Ave.,  S.,  Seattle,  Wash.  2221 

Checkerboard ;  a  3-act  play,  by  G.  V. 
Holmes.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10121 ;  Grace  Viola  Holmes, 
2447  W.  Ave.  33,  Los  Angeles. 

2222 

Cherry  (The)  valentine;  a  comedy- 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  V.  Sodar't.  •  © 
1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  9993; 
Voval  Sodar't,  5824  Carlton  Way, 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2223 

Chimes  (The)  of  Santa  Fe.  See  Ma- 
jor's (The)  reminiscences. 

Chimmy  and  Herbert ;  Episode  2,  a 
sketch,  by  Theodore  Mitchell  Prud- 
den.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10330;  Theodore  M.  Prudden, 
Jones    St.,    Hingham,    Mass.        2224 

Ching  Chong  and  the  school  commis- 
sioners; a  burlesque  operetta,  lib- 
retto by  Mabel  L.  Rees  and  col- 
laborators. New  York,  The  Teach- 
ers Union  [1931]  56  p.  8vo.  Text. 
©  Mar.  27,  1931;  2  c.  Mar.  30;  D 
pub.  653;  Mabel  L.  Rees,  39  Win- 
throp    St.,   Brooklyn.  2225 

Chop  suey ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  L.  G. 
Worcester.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10270;  Laurence  Gray 
Worcester,  Suite  2,  108  Hemenway 
St.,    Boston.  2226 


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2227 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Chosen  cakes ;  a  light  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  Bowen.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10092;  Marjorie 
Bowen,   85  Picadilly,  London.     2227 

Cinderella  ;  childrens  opera  in  3  acts, 
text  by  Velma  Warner  Henrickson, 
music  by  J.  M.  Buchanan.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  27992;  Jo- 
seph M.  Buchanan,  27.  E.  Pine  St., 
Long  Beach,   Calif.  2228 

Claim-Jumpin'  Jennie  of  Rhyolite. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Clarkson  Rose'  Fifth  concert  party  al- 
bum;  written,  composed  and  ar- 
ranged, by  Clarkson  Rose,  assisted 
by  W.  Hastings  -  Mann.  London 
[1931]  44  p.  fol.  ©  Mar.  20, 
1931;  1  c.  Mar.  26;  D  pub.  28008; 
Keith  Prowse  &  co.,  ltd.,  London. 

2229 

Cliff  (The)  dwellers;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Senator  Ford  [pseud,  of  E.  H. 
Fauth]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10131 ;  Edward  Hastings 
Fauth,    Southold,    N.    Y.  2230 

Close  f  arm-ony ;  a  sketch,  by  J.  P. 
Murray,  B.  Trivers,  and  B.  Oakland. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10124  ;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers. 
Ben  Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St.,  New 
York.  2231 

Club  (The)  paper.  See  Half  (A) 
hour  at  the  gate,  and  the  other  one 
act  plays. 

Clytie's  Zulu  Prince;  an  amusing  and 
romantic  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  B. 
Barber.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10268 ;  Benjamin  Barber,  348 
E.  46th  St.,  New  York.  2232 

Cocoon  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  R.  Carter.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10278;  Eugene  Ryland 
Carter,  206  Lexington  Ave.,  New 
York.  2233 

Cocotte  (La)  des  wagons-lits  (The 
merry  girl  in  the  sleeping)  ;  vaude- 
ville en  3  actes,  cle  Yves  Derennes 
[pseud,  of  J.  Huard]  et  P.  Mortagne. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10244 ;  Joseph  Huard,  27  Rue  Didot 
et  Pierre  Mortagne,  5  Cite  Riverin, 
Paris.  2234 

Cocu  (Le)  magnifique.  See  Gewaltige 
(Der)   hahnrei. 

Commuters  (The)  ;  a  sketch,  by  Sena- 
tor Ford  [pseud.]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10061;  Edward 
Hastings  Fauth,  Southold,  N.  Y. 

2235 


Compromise;  a. play  in  3  acts,  by  A.K. 
Adamthwaite.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10336;  Anita  K.  Adam- 
thwaite, 4254  Carpenter  Ave.,  New 
York.  2236 

Conception ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Helen 
Mitchell  [i.  e.  H.  M.  Morosco]  © 
1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10276 ; 
Helen  Mitchell  Morosco,  1211  W. 
Monroe   St.,   Phoenix,  Ariz.  2237 

Contract ;  an  original  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  B.  Frank.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10068;  Florence  B. 
Frank,  25  W.  81st  St.,  New  York. 

2238 

Cooked ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  (Gray- 
bar program,  no.  87)  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10258;  Henry 
Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and 
Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls, 
Norwalk,  Conn.  2239 

Cotton  umbrella ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  Rice.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10237 ;  Ray  Rice,  65  W.  56th 

St.,  New  York.  2240 

Count  (The)  of  Brechard ;  a  drama  in 

4  acts,  tr.  from  the  Italian  of  Giovac- 
chino  Forzano,  by  M.  Sonino.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10097 ; 
Max  Sonino,  20  Beekman  PL,  New 
York.  2241 

Count  your  buttons ;  a  play  in  1  act 
with  prologue,  by  F.  C.  Comfort. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10168 ;  Florence  Crocker  Comfort, 
3730  Lake  Park  Ave.,  Chicago. 

2242 

Cover  charge;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  Woolrich.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10020;  Cornell  Woolrich, 
239   W.    113th    St.,    New   York. 

2243 

Crossing  of  the  Grea.t  Divide;  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  E.  L.  Howard.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  10203; 
Ethan  Lloyd  Howard,  105  Ruggles 
St.,  Roxbury,  Mass.  2244 

Cupicl  the  democrat ;  a  melodrama  in 

5  acts,  by  D.  Sherbowsky.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  10151; 
David  Sherbowsky,  1651  Park  PI., 
Brooklyn.  2245 

Cure  (The)  that  failed;  a  1-act  farce, 
by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10154 ;  Arthur  Denvir,  51 
W.  82d   St.,  New  York.  2246 


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no.  4, 1931 


2266 


Dainty  iniquity ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  Boyd.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10105;  Fred  Darcy, 
Ambler,  Pa.,  and  Hutcheson  Boyd, 
Ridgefield,   Conn.  2247 

Dark  portals ;  a  new  Canadian  play 
in  3  acts,  by  H.  W.  McDiarmid.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  9968; 
Hugh  Wallace  McDiarmid,  1440  Vic- 
toria Ave.,  Windsor,  Ontario, 
Canada.  2248 

Darling  and  Dearie ;  Episodes  1-10,  a 
radio  serial,  by  A.  D.  Cole.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10305; 
Alonzo  Deen  Cole,  477  W.  140tb  St., 
New  York.  2249 

Date  (A)  and  a  prune;  a  1-act  play, 
by  L.  I.  Bartlett.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10087;  Leonard 
Irving  Bartlett.  2009  H,  Modesto, 
Calif.  2250 

Daughter  (The)  of  Diamond  Lil ;  a 
plav  in  3  acts,  by  A.  Leitzbach  and 
H.  Meyer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931 :  D 
unpub.  10269 ;  Adeline  Leitzbach, 
2552  University  Ave.,  and  Harry 
Meyer,  241  E.  13th  St.,  New  York. 

2251 

Davey  perfects  his  own  act.  See 
Dixies  circus. 

Davey's  side  show  has  an  abrupt 
finish.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Davy  Jones ;  an  operetta  in  2  acts, 
book  and  lyrics  by  Walter  Weeks, 
music  by  A.  De  Grassi.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  27985 ;  Wal- 
ter S.  Weeks,  1429  Hawthorne  Ter- 
race, and  Antonio  de  Grassi,  2501 
Piedmont  Ave.,    Berkeley,   Calif. 

2252 

Day  (The)  that's  gone;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  Kinkead.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  10090;  Cleves 
Kinkead.  Inter- Southern  Bldg., 
Louisville.  2253 

Dead  or  alive ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
Helen  C.  Brooks  and  G.  S.  Brooks. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10198;  George  S.  Brooks.  27  James 
St.,  Cortland,  N.  Y.  2254 

Dear  Ducky;  a  farce  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  S.  Slon.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10290;  Sidney  Slon,  6652 
Glenwood  Ave.,  Chicago.  2255 

Death  Valley  days ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
McCann,  Erickson,  inc.,  Mar.  31, 
1931.      Easter    sunrise    service.      © 


1  c.  Apr.   1,  1931;   D  unpub.  9941; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

2256 

Apr.   7,   1931.     The  20  mule 


teamsters'  songfest.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  10083;  Pacific, 
coast  borax  co.,  New  York.  2257 

Apr.  14,  1931.     Claim-Jump- 


in'  Jennie  of  Rhyolite.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  10229;  Pacific 
coast  borax  co.,  New  York.         2258 

Apr.     21,     1931.     The     iron 


horse  reaches  Rhyolite.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  10285;  Pacific 
coast  borax  co.,   New  York.       2259 

Deep  waters ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  F. 
Hatton  and  Fanny  Hatton,  adapted 
from  John  Adams  Reeves'  story.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10308; 
Frederic  Hatton,  2  W.  86th  St.,  New 
York.  2260 

Dernier  (Le)  soir ;  comedie  dra- 
ma tique  en  4  actes,  par  G.  Delaquys. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  17.  1931;  D  unpub. 
10247;  Georges  Delaquys,  Mas  St. 
Joseph,  Rochegude  ( Drome)  France. 

2261 

Desert  sands  unpainted ;  or,  How  we 
do  it ;  a  1-act  play,  by  Helen  Biddle. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10080;  Helen  Hill  Biddle,  909  Lyn- 
don St.,  S.  Pasadena.  2262 

Desire ;  a  comedy  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
F.  L.  Whittier.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10119;  Frank  L. 
Whittier,  19  Gorham  Rd.,  Scarsdale, 
N.  Y.  2263 

Desire  of  the  moth ;  6  episodes  in  the 
life  of  a  great  actress,  by  F.  Med- 
hurst.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10289;  Francis  Medhurst, 
101  S.  Victoria  PL,  Ventnor  City, 
N.  J.  2264 

Devil  (The)  and  his  brother;  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  T.  R.  Arkell.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  10.  1931;  D  unpub.  10104;  T. 
Reg.  Arkell,  6108  Temple  Hill  Drive, 
Hollywood.  2265 

Distaff  (The)  ;  a  pageant  play  of 
woman's  progress,  by  Marion  Hol- 
brook.  [New  York,  1931]  36  1. 
4to.  ©  Jan.  21,  1931 ;  2  c.  Feb.  20 ; 
D  pub.  659;  National  federation  of 
business  and  professional  women's 
clubs,  inc.,  New  York.  2266 

Dixie  Joe  sees  a  ghost.  See  Dixies 
circus. 


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pt.  i,  n.  si,  v.  4 


Dixies  circus;  Dec.  27,  1930.  Yo  ho, 
my  lads,  yo  ho!  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Individual  drinking  cup  co.,  inc.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10155; 
Individual  drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,  Pa.  2267 

Jan.  3,  1931 ;   a  radio  sketch,  by 

Thomas  H.  McKnight.  International 
complications  for  the  Dixies  circus. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10339;  Individual  drinking  cup  co.. 
inc.,   Easton,   Pa.  2268 


Jan.    10,    1931.      The   Dixies 

circus  in  Havana.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10340;  Individual 
drinking  cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa. 

2269 

Jan.    17,    1931.      The   Dixies 


circus  has  an  outing.  ©  1  c.  Apr 
7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10341 ;  Individual 
drinking  cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa. 

2270 

Jan.  24,  1931.     Davey's  side 


show  has  an  abrupt  finish.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10342;  In- 
dividual drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,  Pa.  2271 

Jan.    31,    1931.     Bruin   Bear 


takes  English  lessons.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10343 ;  Individual 
drinking  cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa. 

2272 

Feb.    7,    1931.      Davey    per- 


fects his  own  act.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7, 
1931;  D  unpub,  10344;  Individual 
drinking  cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa. 

2273 

Feb.     14,     1931.      Hist!      A 


mysterious  stranger.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10345 ;  Individual 
drinking  cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa. 

2274 

Feb.    21,    1931.      Black   leop- 


ards are  lovely  playmates.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10346;  In- 
dividual drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,  Pa.  2275 

Feb.  28,  1931.     The  mystery 


is  solved.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10347 ;  Individual  drinking 
cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa.  2276 

Mar.  7,  1931.    Trouble  brews 


among  the  circus  troupers.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10348;  In- 
dividual drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,   Pa.  2277 

Mar.    14,    1931.      The    Dixie 


circus    has    a    new    hero.     ©    1    c. 


Apr.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10349  ;  Indi- 
vidual drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,  Pa.  2278 

Mar.    21,    1931.      Dixie    Joe 


sees  a  ghost.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10350;  Individual  drinking 
cup  co.,  inc.,  Easton,  Pa.  2279 

Mar.  28, 1931.    Long  chances. 

©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10351 ; 
Individual  drinking  cup  co.,  inc., 
Easton,  Pa.  2280 

Dixies  circus  has  a  new  hero.  See 
Dixies  circus. 

Dixies  (The)  circus  has  an  outing. 
See  Dixies  circus. 

Dixies  circus  in  Havana.     See  Dixies 

circus. 

Doctor  Cheer.  Prescriptions  in  mel- 
ody; a  musical  sketch  by  W.  J.  Hill 
and  Johnnie  Marvin.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10059;  John 
S.  Marvin  and  William  Joseph  Hill, 
Shore  Acres,  Mamaroneck,  N.  Y. 

2281 

Dr.  Jekyl  and  Mr.  Hyde ;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  Campbell  Stratton.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10164; 
Darcy  and  Wolford,  inc.,  New  York. 

2282 

Doctor  Pill  and  Mr.  Pain;  1st  series, 
by  G.  F.  Marks.  ©  lc.  Mar.  26, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10274 ;  Gilbert  Fran- 
cis Marks,  76  Pleasant  St.,  Dor- 
chester, Mass.  2283 

Dog  eat  dog ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Fairman  and  J.  Gerard.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10218 ;  Aus- 
tin Fairman  and  John  Gerard,  11 
Gay  St.,  New  York.  2284 

Dog-gone!  a  play,  by  C.  Gross.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  4,  1931;  D  unpub.  9996;  Caro- 
line Gross,  303  Lexington  Ave.,  New 
York.  2285 

Don't  fool  with  Frenchmen  !  or,  Gigolo  ; 
a  farce  in  3  acts,  by  C.  Tyler.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub,  10099 ;  Con- 
verse Tyler,  35  Field  Point  Rd., 
Greenwich.  Conn.  2286 

Door  (The)  that  did  not  close;  a  1-act 
play,  by  B.  Wood.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10166;  Beatrice 
Wood,  2033  Argyle  Ave.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  2287 

Drama  assisted;  a  sketch  with  inci- 
dental music,  by  Lola  Harvey  and 
Syd  Courtenay.  London,  1931.  [5] 
p.  fol.   (Cavendish  concert  party  se- 


122 


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no.  4,  1931 


2300 


ries.  no.  51)  ©  Feb.  13,  1931:  1  c. 
Feb.  2G,  1931 ;  D  pub.  28012 ;  Caven- 
disb  music  co.,  London.  2288 

Dramatized  nursery  rhymes ;  written 
and  arranged  by  Bertha  Waddell. 
London,  1931.  32  p.  illus.  4to.  © 
Mar.  7.  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  26;  D  pub. 
27988 ;  Bayley  &  Ferguson,  Glasgow. 

2289 

Dress  (The)  rehearsal;  a  musical  play 
in  1  act,  book  by  George  Robert  Sims 
and  Roger  Wheeler,  music  by  Louis 
Diehl  and  Samuel  Richards  Gaines. 
Vocal  score  and  dialogue  complete. 
Boston.  New  York,  Oliver  Ditson 
company ;  Chicago,  Lyon  &  Healy, 
inc.  [1931]  4  p.  1.,  80  p.  4to.  © 
Mar.  30,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  1;  D  pub. 
27989;   Oliver  Ditson  co.,   Boston. 

2290 

Due  (I)  fanti;  dramma  in  3  atti  [di] 
Salvatore  Spedicato.  Spezia.  Italy 
[1930]  G9  p..  10.  port.  Svo.  © 
Sept.  30,  1930;  1  c.  Dec.  31;  D  pub. 
8788 ;  Salvatore  Spedieato,  Spezia, 
Italy.  2291 

Easter  sunrise  service.  See  Death 
Valley  days. 

Eighth  (The)  amendment;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  B.  L.  Trimble.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
17.  1931;  D  unpub.  10182;  Bert  L. 
Trimble.  Court  House,  Dallas.     2292 

Empty  pockets ;  a  3-act  play,  by  A.  L. 
Taylor.  ©  Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10033  ;  Agnes  Leone  Taylor.  1721  La 
Senda  St.,  S.  Pasadena.  Calif.     2293 

En  famille :  a  comedy,  by  John  Hallo- 
ran.  ©  1  c.  Apri.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10091:  John  Halloran,  60  W.  48th 
St..  New  York.  2294 

Enigma  :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  O.  M.  Sul- 
livan. ©  1  c.  Apr.  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10109;  Oscar  M.  Sullivan, 
Historical  Society  Bldg.,  St.  Paul. 

2295 

Enter  the  prodigal ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  F.  Flourney.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10095;  Richard  F. 
Flournoy,  1303  W.  15th  Ave.,  Pine 
Bluff,  Ark.  2296 

Equator ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  written  by 
F.  Schumann-Heink  and  Frank 
Wilt,  based  on  a  story  by  June  Schu- 
mann-Heink. ©  1  c.  Apr.  6.  1931: 
D  unpub.  10036;  F.  Schumann- 
Heink.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10036;  F.  Schumann-Heink, 
6376  Yucca  St.,  and  Frank  Wilt, 
1125  Manzanita   St..  Los  Angeles. 

2297 


Eve's  leaves ;  a  play  in  5  scenes,  by  A. 
N.  C.  Fowler.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10180;  Albert  N.  C.  Fow- 
ler, 277  Glen  St.,  Glens  Falls,  N.  Y. 

2298 

Even  as  the  ivy ;  a  drama  in  5  scenes, 
by  A.  Sofia.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10074;  Aurelius  Sofia.  104 
Harrison  PL,  Brooklyn.  2299 

F.  O.  B.  Paris ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  F.  Brash.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  9963  ;  Arthur  Fran- 
cis Brash,  33  W.  42d  St.,  New  York. 
[©  new  matter  and  changes]      2300 

Faith  and  humanity ;  a  symbolic  play 
with  tableaus.  by  D.  M.  Rivkin.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  10040; 
Dina  Merliss  Rivkin,  250  Ellsworth 
Ave.,  New  Haven.  2301 

Fall  ( The )  of  Ev ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  Fred  Arendt.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9951;  Frederick 
John  Arendt,  915  W.  37th  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  2302 

Fame ;  a  burlesque,  by  G.  S.  Brooks. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10213;  George  S.  Brooks,  27  James 
St.,  Cortland,  N.  Y.  2303 

Faring  on ;  a  pageant  of  the  hope 
eternal,  by  Harry  Woods  Kimball 
and  Jean  Mitchell  Boyd.  16  p.  8vo. 
©  Mar.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  6 ;  D  pub. 
655 ;  Sidney  Adams  Weston,  Boston. 

2304 

Fascinating  women  ;  an  original  radio- 
logue-revue  in  many  act>.  Act  1. 
Jenny  Lind,  by  W.  Nowell.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  17.  1931;  D  unpub.  10185; 
Weclgewood  Nowell,  Los  Angeles. 

2305 

Fifth  concert,  party  album.  See  Clark- 
son  Rose'  Fifth  concert  party  album. 

Film  (The)  funsters;  program  no.  1-4, 
a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by  Lester 
C.  Grady.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16.  Apr.  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10135,  10136;  Dell 
pub.  co.,  New  York.  2306,  2307 

Finger  (The)  hat;  a  play  in  3  scenes, 
by  S.  G.  Keenan.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10084;  Sophie  Gas- 
kell  Keenan,  5734  Forbes  St.,  Pitts- 
burgh. 2308 

Fits  and  misfits ;  a  comedy,  by  M. 
Trouk.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  7.  1931;  D 
unpub.  9962;  Millette  Trouk,  1745 
Lexington  Ave.,  New  York.  2309 


123 


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2310 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Flaming  hearts ;  a  drama  in  7  acts  by 
Chryssi  (Christine)  N.  Zotalis.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  10209; 
Christine  N.  Zotalis,  1204  Harmon 
PL,  Minneapolis.  2310 

Flapper  (A)  enters  Eden ;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  C.  Averill.  ©lc.  Apr. 
11,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10077 ;  Esther  C. 
Averill,  5  Rupert  St.,  Worcester, 
Mass.  2311 

Foolosophy ;  a  vaudeville  act,  by  B. 
Randall.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931:  I) 
unpub.  10148;  Bobby  Randall,  600 
W.  150th  St.,  New  York.  2312 

Forbidden;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Harris.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10106 ;  Elmer  Harris,  Algon- 
quin Hotel,  New  York.  2313 

Four  o'clock;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Darrell.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10120;  Rupert  Darrell,  74 
W.  38th  St.,  New  York.  2314 

Fowl  play  ;  a  modern  comedy  [by  R.  R. 
Stewart  and  W.  T.  Stewart]  Fair- 
field, la.  [1931]  3  p.  1..  35  p.  nar. 
fol.  ©  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  23  ; 
D  pub.  663  ;  Universal  producing  co., 
Fairfield,  la.  2315 

Fox  (The)  laughs;  a  mystery  thriller 
in  3  acts,  by  Floyd  Parker.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10261; 
Floyd  Oliver  Parker,  1299  E.  Glisan 
St.,  Portland.  Or.  2316 

Francesco  d'Assisi ;  dramma  lirico  in 
quattro  atti  di  Antonio  Lega  [mu- 
sica  di]  Arnaldo  Carloni.  Riduzione 
per  canto  e  pianoforte  dell'  autore. 
Milano  [1931]  4  p.  1.,  214  p.  fol. 
©  Apr.  10,  1931 ;  1  c.  Apr.  22 ;  D  pub. 
28010;  Casa  musicale  Sonzogno,  S. 
A.,  Milan.  2317 

Fratelli  ( I )  castiglioni ;  commedia  in 
3  atti,  di  A.  Colantuoni.  ©  1  c. 
Jan.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  8798 ;  Alberto 
Colantuoni,  Via  Ge>u  62,  Rome. 

2318 

Friendship;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  G. 
M.  Cohan.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10181 ;  George  M.  Cohan, 
152  W.  42d  St.,  New  York.  2319 

Game  (A)  of  hearts;  a  comedy-drama 
sketch,  by  U.  B.  Collins.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10117 ;  Ulric 
Blair  Collins,  704  W.  180th  St.,  New 
York.  2320 

Gardella ;  a  1-act  drama,  by  D.  Sloane. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10286;  Douglas  Sloane,  51  Prospect 
Ave.,  Newton ville,  Mass.  2321 


Gates  (The)  of  Paradise;  a  play  in  7 
scenes,  by  C.  Head.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  16, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10165 ;  Cloyd  Head, 
403  S.  Dearborn  St.,  Chicago.      2322 

Gewaltige  (Der)  hahnrei ;  musikal- 
ische  tragikomodie  in  3  akten,  nach 
Le  cocu  magnifique  von  Fernand 
Crommelynck,  von  Berthold  Gold- 
schmidt.  op.  14.  Klavierauszug  mit 
text.  Wien,  Leipzig,  1931.  182  p. 
fol.  ©  Feb.  18,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  6; 
D  pub.  28006 ;  Universal  edition,  a-g., 
Vienna.  2323 

Ghost  (The)  ship;  a  radio  play,  by 
Leonard  Bathurst  Noley.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10298  ;  Cros- 
ley  radio  corp.,  Cincinnati.  2324 

Gift  (The)  of  God;  by  L.  H.  Kaub. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10227 ;  Louis  H.  Kaub,  Bayard,  Neb. 

2325 

Gigolo.  See  Don't  fool  with  French- 
men. 

Give  me  diamonds ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
N.  F.  Young  and  C.  F.  Crtsap.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10357 ; 
Nellie  Foster  Young,  248  Bay  Ave., 
Patchogue,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.,  and  Claiborne 
Foster  Cresap,  R.  F.  D.  no.  2,  West- 
port,  Conn.  2326 

Glen  house;  a  mystery  play  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  B.  Faloon.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9970;  Dalton  B. 
Faloon,  71  E.  77th  St.,  New  York. 

2327 

Glimpses  of  eternity ;  a  sacred  drama 
pageant  in  a  prologue  &  4  episodes, 
by  M.  O.  Trueblood.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10129  ;  Medora  O. 
Trueblood,  442  Church  St.,  Salt  Lake 
City.  2328 

Glorified  tragedy  of  the  Messiah.  See 
Life  of  Christ. 

God's  girl ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  U.  T. 
Ility  [pseud,  of  M.  N.  de  Sentillaine] 
©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9946 ; 
Mary  Nevin  de  Sentillaine,  106  E. 
35th  St.,  New  York.  2329 

God's  harlot;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  E. 
Bjorkman.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10355 ;  Edwin  Bjorkman, 
P.  O.  Box  387  Asheville,  N.  C.      2330 

Gods  take  a  hand ;  a  comedy-drama  in 
4  acts,  by  Bessie  Humphrey  Greene 
[pseud,  of]  B.  B.  Greene.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9990 ;  Bessie 
B.  Greene,  Perkins,  Calif.  2331 


124 


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2350 


Golondrina  (La)— Gringa;  a  play  in  a 
prologue  and  3  acts,  by  G.  Van 
Auker.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  9,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10047;  Grace  Van  Auker, 
Hotel  Langwell,  123-129  W.  44tb  St., 
New  York.  2332 

Good  (The)  companions;  a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  J.  B.  Priestley  and  E.  Knob- 
lock,  from  the  novel  by  J.  B.  Priest- 
ley. ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10186 ;  John  Boynton  Priestley,  27 
Well  Walk,  Hampstead,  and  Edward 
Knoblock,   11  Montagu  PI.,  London. 

2333 

Good  copy ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  L.  A. 
Morgan.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9983 ;  Leonora  Anderson  Mor- 
gan, 983  Waverly  Way,  N.  E.,  At- 
lanta. 2334 

Good  (A)  country;  original  5-reel 
photoplay,  by  I.  Murray.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10277 ;  Ida 
Murray,  2656  S.  Hobart  Blvd.,  Los 
Angeles.  2335 

Gow  of  the  Wow;  for  revue,  by  A.  S. 
Winton.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10210;  Arthur  S.  Winton,  1617 
Candler  Bldg.,  220  W.  42d  St.,  New 
York.  2336 

Grande  (La)  experience;  comedie 
dramatique  en  3  actes  et  5  tableaux, 
par  A.  Karquel  et  A.  Tirard.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10246 ; 
Andre  Karquel  and  Alfred  Tirard, 
29  Rue  des  Vinaigriers,  Paris. 

2337 

Great  ( The )  Fombombo ;  a  fantastic 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  David  Wallace, 
suggested  by  T.  S.  Stribling's  novel 
Fombombo.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10086;  David  H.  Wallace, 
6  E.  8th  St.,  New  York.  2338 

Great  (A)  guy ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
E.  Miller.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10128 ;  John  E.  Miller,  243 
Conway  Court,  S.  Orange,  N.  J. 

2339 

Gutlibi ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Giovac- 
chino  Forzano.  English  version,  by 
M.  Sonino.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10096 ;  Max  Sonino,  20  Beek- 
man  PL,  New  York.  2340 

Gutter  lady  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, '  by  J. 
Latham.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9999;  Jack  Latham,  1855 
Sacramento  St.,  San  Francisco. 

2341 

Half  (A)  hour  at  the  gate,  and  other 
one  act  plays ;  [by]  Eve  Owen  Coch- 


ran. Boston,  Richard  G.  Badger, 
publisher ;  The  Gorham  press  [1930] 
135  p.  12mo.  Contents:  A  half 
hour  at  the  gate. — The  King's  son. — 
The  home  coming. — The  club  paper. 
©  June  10,  1930;  2  c.  Apr.  1;  alf. 
Mar.  27;  A  36277;  Eve  Owen  Coch- 
ran, 114-a  Main,  Northampton,  Mass. 

2341* 

Hallucination  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  H. 
D.  Nash.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10130;  Harriet  Damon  Nash, 
190  Main  St.,  Short  Beach,  Conn. 

2342 

Halo  (The)  of  the  cross  ;  a  pageant,  by 
Beulah  Greene  Squires.  Indian- 
apolis [1931]  19,  [1]  p.  12mo.  © 
Apr.  20,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  25;  D  pub. 
666 ;  Meigs  pub.  co.,  Indianapolis. 

2343 

Handicapped ;  a  radido  sketch,  by 
H.  F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program,  no.  86)  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10257; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y. 
and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine 
Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  2344 

Happy  ending;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
H.  Vail.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10170 ;  Howard  Vail,  c/o  Bill- 
board pub.  co.,  251  W.  42d  St.,  New 
York.  2345 

Hatched  in  Mars ;  a  fantasy  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  Mark.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub,  9977;  Dora  Mark,  222 
Beach  145th  St.,  Rockaway  Beach, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y.  2346 

He  jumped  into  the  bramble  bush ;  a 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  Pascal  Cowan 
and  Floy  Pascal  [i.  e.  Floy  Pascal 
Cowan]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9952;  Pascal  Cowan,  P.  O. 
Box  591   San  Rafael,   Calif.       2347 

Heel  (The)  ;  a  play,  by  R.  Minut.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10315 ; 
Robert  Minut,  452  Fairmount  Ave., 
Newark,  N.  J.  2348 

Hell's  belle ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  B. 
Appel.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10159 ;  Benjamin  Appel,  1453 
Walton    Ave.,    New   York.  2349 

Help  !  help !  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  F. 
Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley.  (Gray- 
bar program,  no.  84)  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10255;  Henry 
Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N.  Y.,  and 
Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls, 
Norwalk,  Conn.  2350 

Help  wanted ;  a  burlesque,  by  G.  S. 
Brooks.     ©  1  c.   Mar.  30,   1931;   D 


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2351 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Help  w  anted — Continued, 
unpub.  10214;  George  S.  Brooks,  27 
James   St.,   Cortland,  N.  Y.         2351 

Her  career ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Savery  and  M.  Kallesser.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10195  ; 
Ranald  Savery  and  Michael  Kalles- 
ser, 226  N.  47th   St.,   New  York. 

2352 

Her  lost  Count ;  a  satirical  farce  in  1 
act,  by  Z.  S.  Charters.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  10354;  Zelda 
Stewart  Charters,  1210  Delafield  PI  , 
Washington.  2353 

Heresies ;  an  original  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Johns.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10078;  Luther  Johns,  233  N. 
Harvey  Ave.,    Oak  Park,   111. 

2354 

Higher  ( The )  they  go ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  F.  Mallen.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17, 
1931:  D  unpub.  10173;  Frank  Mal- 
len. 20  N.  Broadway,  White  Plains. 
N.    Y.  2355 

His  Majesty,  the  Governor;  a  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  Vincent  V.  Clementi. 
©  1  c  Apr.  10,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10070 ;  Vincent  Clementi,  10  Vander- 
voort    PL,    Brooklyn.  2356 

His  Majesty,  the  janitor ;  a  1-act  farce, 
by  A.  Denvir.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9989;  Arthur  Denvir,  51 
W.  82d  St.,  New  York.  2357 

Hist !  A  mysterious  stranger  See 
Dixies    circus. 

Hoffmann  old  timers ;  Episode  no. 
1-73,  a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by 
Harold  M.  Mottram.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
24.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10302 ;  Mottram, 
inc.,    Milwaukee.  2358 

Hollywood  romance ;  Episode  no.  1,  a 
radio  sketch,  by  Marjorie  Williams. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub  10337 ; 
Radio    showmen,    inc.,    Chicago. 

2359 

Heme  (The)  coming.  See  Half  (A) 
hour  at  the  gate,  and  other  one  act 
plays. 

Home  fires ;  a  service  of  story  and 
song,  story  and  lyrics  by  Martha 
Bayly,  music  by  I.  H.  Meredith. 
New  York,  1931.  15  p.  8vo.  © 
Mar.  3,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  9;  D  pub. 
27996;  Tullar-Meredith  co.,  New 
York.  2360 

Honeymooners'  journey ;  Episodes 
11-18,  a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by 
P.  Nelson.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931  ;  D 


unpub.   9969;   Paul   Nelson,   330  W. 
34th   St.,  New  York.  2361 

Honorable  mention ;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Otean  Perry.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10309;  Agnes  Alli- 
son Wigley,  1506  Dempster  St., 
Evanston,    111.  2362 

Horn  (The)  of  plenty.  See  Loud 
speaker. 

House  (The)  of  Lou  San;  a  Chinese 
American  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J.  G. 
Patterson.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10204;  Jack  Gordon  Patter- 
son, 14  E.  Johnson  Ave.,  Somers 
Point,  N.  J.  2363 

How  to  die  right;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Ralph  Hanway  Morrill.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  10114; 
Ralph  H.  Morrill,  715  23d  St.,  Sac- 
ramento,   Calif.  2364 

How  we  do  it.  See  Desert  sands  un- 
painted. 

Hungarian  dreams ;  a  musical  drama, 
by  Sandor  de  Palasthy,  music  by 
Erno  Rapee.  Los  Angeles,  Calif., 
From  the  press  of  The  California 
Hungarian  Journal  [19301  1  p.  1., 
5-107,  |~1]  P-  8  vo.  Text,  © 
Sept.  1,  1930;  2  c.  Nov.  19;  D  pub. 
654;  Sandor  de  Palasthy,  1150  N. 
Sanborn,   Ave.,  Los  Angeles.       2365 

I'm  looking  for  something ;  short  com- 
edy black-out,  by  J.  Henry.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10322 ;  Jos. 
Henry,  %  Cooper  9  E.  59th  St., 
New    York.  2366 

If  Gangdom  comes  to  Skirtdom ;  a 
sketch  by  Stanley  Rauh.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  10138; 
Stanley  E.  Rauh,  16  Beekman  PI., 
New    York.    '  2367 

If  he  were  mine;  a  1-act  play,  by 
Helen  Biddle.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10081;  Helen  Hill  Biddle, 
909  Lyndon  St.,  S  Pasadena.     2368 

Ihr  erster  ball ;  operette  in  3  akten, 
von  Hans  Herling  und  Gustav 
Tintner,  musik  von  Edmund  Eysler. 
Klavierauszug  mit  text  eingerichtet 
von  Bruno  Zilzer.  Wien,  1930.  72 
p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  13,  1930;  1  c.  Jan. 
6,  1931 ;  D  pub.  28001 ;  Wiener  oper- 
etten-verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Vienna. 

2369 

Illustre  (L' )  Fregona  ;  zarzuela  en  3 
actes  avec  danses,  tiree  de  la 
nouvelle  de  Cervantes,  paroles  et 
musique  Raoul  Laparra.     [Partition 


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no.  4,  1931 


238' 


piano  chant.  Paris,  1931]  224  p. 
fol.  ©  Feb.  10,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  26 ; 
D  pub.  279S6;  Raoul  Laparra,  Paris. 

2370 

In  a  Harlem  flat ;  no.  1-12,  a  series  of 
sketches,  by  V.  L.  Jones.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10050; 
Venzella  Lucile  Jones,  208  W.  151st 
St.,   New  York.  2371 

In  Buenos  Aires,  they  scream ;  a  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  M.  E.  Anderson. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10139 ;  Malcolm  B.  Anderson,  145  E. 
54th  St.,  New  York.  2372 

Incubator ;  a  play  in  a  prologue  and 
3  acts,  by  J.  Lyman.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10172;  John  G. 
Lyman,  4312  47th  St.,  Long  Island 
City,  N.  Y.  2373 

Ingenu  (L')  ;  opera  bouffe  en  3  actes, 
livret  de  Charles  Mere  &  Regis 
Gignoux  (D'apres  le  conte  de  Vol- 
taire) musique  de  Xavier  Leroux. 
Paris,  1930.  110.  [1]  p.  12  mo. 
Livret.  ©  Dec.  30,  1930 ;  1  c.  Mar. 
26,  1931;  D  pub.  9991;  Choudens, 
Paris.  2374 

Ingenue  (An)  author  in  search  of 
affaires ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  I. 
Polensky.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10042;  Ida  Polensky,  72 
Catalpa  Ave.,  Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 

2375 

Iniziatore  (L')  :  Thot ;  mistero  egizio 
in  3  visioni,  di  I.  Senesi.  [Livorno, 
Italy.  Cesare  Frittelli,  19311  1  p.  1., 
5-174  p.  col.  illus.  Svo.  ©  Feb.  15, 
1931;  1  c.  Apr.  4;  D  pub.  10041; 
Ivo   Senesi,  Livorno,   Italy.         2376 

Inn  (The)  :  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  M. 
Radin.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10282;  Max  Radin,  Boalt 
Hall.  U.  C,  Berkeley,  Calif.        2377 

International  complications  for  the 
Dixies  circus.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Iron  (The)  horse  reaches  Rhyolite. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Iron  (The)  widow;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Harrv  Hervey  and  Carleton 
Hildreth.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10325  ;  Century  play  co.,  inc., 
New  York.  2378 

It's  all  too  wonderful ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  V.  B.  Shore,  L.  Sillman, 
and  J.  Rox.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931; 
D     unpub.     10241;     Viola     Brothers 


Shore,  2211  Maravilla  Drive,  Leon- 
ard Sillman,  418  N.  Orange  Drive, 
and  John  Rox,  2000  N.  Highland 
Ave.,  Los  Angeles.  2379 

It's  happened  before ;  a  comedy  satire 
in  3  acts,  by  Monroe  Heath  [i.  e. 
C.  M.  Heath]  from  a  theme  sug- 
gested by  William  Guggenheim.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10071 ; 
Charles  Monroe  Heath,  %  Henry 
Holt  &  co.,  1  Park  Ave.,  New  York. 

2380 

It  takes  a  rogue;  comedy  drama  in 
prolog,  3  acts  and  epilog,  by  G. 
Bryant.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10187;  George  Bryant,  1160 
5th  Ave.,   New  York.  2381 

Italienerin  (Die)  in  Algier ;  komische 
oper  in  2  akten,  text  von  Angelo 
Anelli,  musik  von  G.  Rossini,  fur 
die  deutsche  biihne  neu  bearbeitet 
und  umgestaltet  unter  hinzufugung 
und  iibersetzung  der  seccorecitative, 
von  Hugo  Rohr.  Berlin  [1931]  71 
p.  12mo.  Text.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931; 
1  c.  Mar.  27 ;  D  pub.  9992 ;  Ed.  Bote 
&  G.  Book,  Berlin.  2382 

biihne      bearbeitet      und 

umgestaltet  unter  einfugung  und 
iibersetzung  der  seccorecitative,  von 
Hugo  Rohr.  Klavierauszug  mit 
text.  Berlin  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  3-319  p. 
fol.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931;  1  c.  Mar. 
27;  D  pub.  27987;  Ed.  Bote  &  G. 
Bock,  Berlin.  2383 

Jackals ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  L. 
Keith.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10057 ;  Robert  Lee  Keith, 
1919  N.  Argyle  St.,  Hollywood. 

2384 

Jenny  Lind.     See  Fascinating  women. 

Johnny  at  your  service.  See  What  a 
life. 

Johnny  O'Lantern ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  Z.  Coffee.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10304;  Minnie 
Z.  Coffee,  751  Warfield  Ave.,  Oak- 
land, Calif.  2385 

Joker  (The)  ;  a  radio  play,  by  Robert 
V.  Brown.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10297 ;  Crosley  radio 
Corp.,   Cincinnati.  2386 

Jolly  Dutch  dollies ;  operetta  for  chil- 
dren, by  Dorothy  Small  Stauffer. 
Chicago  [1928]  cover-title,  18  p. 
diagr.  4to.  ©  July  25,  1928;  2  c. 
Feb.  16,  1931;  D  pub.  27993;  Na- 
tional music  co.,   Chicago.  2387 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Jst  das  nicht  nett  von  Colette? 
musikalisches  lustspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Max  Bertuch,  gesangstexte  von 
Kurt  Schwabach,  musik  von  Willy 
Rosen.  Als  manuskript  vervielfal- 
tight.  Berlin,  1930.  54  p.  fol.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  27984; 
Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscber  biihnenschriftsteller  und 
biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  b., 
Berlin.  2388 

Julius  Caesar;  adapted  for  radio,  by 
W.  F.  Manley.  (American  scbool  of 
the  air,  May  6,  1931)  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10254;  William 
Ford  Manley,  Silvermine  Falls,  Nor- 
walk,  Conn.  2389 

Jungle;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  M.  Cul- 
ver. ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10202;  Merle  Culver,   Sparta,  O. 

2390 

Just  pals ;  a  3-act  comedy,  by  Charles 
George.  Franklin  O.,  also  Denver, 
Col.,  1930.  89,  [2]  p.  diagr.,  music. 
12mo.  ©  Sept.  16,  1930;  2  c.  Feb. 
11,  1931;  D  pub.  656;  Eldridge  en- 
tertainment house,  inc.,  Franklin,  O. 

2391 

Just  the  type ;  a  sketch  in  2  scenes  and 
4  episodes,  by  D.  Hudson.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  10044;  Don 
Hudson,  21  W.  95th  St.,  New  York. 

2392 

Kept  gentleman ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Richard  Stokes  and  M.  Stokes. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10018 ;  Muriel  Stokes,  321  E.  72d  St., 
New  York.  2393 

Killed  off;  a  mystery  melodrama  in  3 
acts,  by  P.  Cruger.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10089 ;  Paul  Cruger, 
5800  Carlton  Way,  Hollywood.     2394 

King  (The)  amuses  himself;  a  modern 
satirical  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  W.  J. 
Perlman  and  Sanora  Babb.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10231 ;  Wil- 
liam J.  Perlman,  254  N.  Western 
Ave.,  Los  Angeles.  2395 

King  Henry;  a  play  in  9  scenes,  by  J. 
Charash.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10147;  Jack  Charash,  Silver- 
mine  Rd.,  Norwalk,  Conn.  2396 

King's  (The)  page;  a  program  of  song 
and  story,  story  and  lyrics  by 
Dorothy  Lehman  Sumerau,  music  by 
Norman  Lighthill.  New  York,  Chi- 
cago [1931]  20  p.  8vo.  ©  Mar.  12, 
1931;  2  c.  Apr.  2;  D  pub.  27994; 
Lorenz  pub.  co.,  Dayton,  O.         2397 


King's  (The)  son.  See  Half  (A)  hour 
at  the  gate,  and  other  one  act  plays. 

Kitty's  chamber  mystery ;  a  comedy, 
by  A.  Schomer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10190;  Abraham 
Schomer,  1914  Conn.  Ave.,  The  High- 
lands, Washington.  2398 

Konig  Midas ;  komische  oper  in  1 
aufzug,  neugestaltet  nach  Wieland 
(1775)  musik  von  Wilhelm  Kempff. 
op.  33.  Berlin  [1931]  24  p.  12mo. 
Text.  ©  Jan.  3,  1931 ;  1  c.  Jan.  21 ; 
D  pub.  10063 ;  Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock, 
Berlin.  2399 

text  von  Wieland,  musik  von  Wil- 
helm Kempff.  opus  33.  Klavieraus- 
zug  von  Alexander  Preshuhn.  Ber- 
lin [1931]  71  p.  fol.  ©  Jan.  2, 
1931;  1  c.  Jan.  21;  D  pub.  27999; 
Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock,  Berlin.       2400 

Komodie  des  todes.  See  Torneo  not- 
turno. 

Ladies  decide;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
Willard.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9994;  John  Willard,  130  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  2401 

Lady  of  the  lamp ;  a  dramatic  sketch 
by  O.  L.  Farnsworth.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10030;  Otto  L. 
Farnsworth,  227  S.  4th  E.  St.,  Salt 
Lake  City.  2402 

Land  of  honey ;  a  musical  comedy  in 
2  acts,  by  T.  Overton.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  2,  1931;  D  unpub,  9976;  Tom 
Overton,  103  W.  127th  St.,  New 
York.  2403 

La  Salle,  the  great  explorer;  a  pageant 
drama,  by  G.  Hopkins.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10055 ;  Genevieve 
Hopkins,  743  Portage  Ave.,  South 
Bend,  Ind.  2404 

Last  night ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
Spencer  and  F.  Russell.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  10156; 
Richard  Spencer,  751  N.  Harper 
Ave.,  and  Frederick  Russell,  5146^4 
Sunset  Blvd.,  Hollywood.  2405 

Late  (The)  comer;  a  wordless  sketch, 
by  P.  Spencer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10162;  Peter  Spencer,  20 
Green  St.,  London.  2406 

Leonce  und  Lena.     See  Valerio. 

Li  Ti ;  a  play  in  1  act,  adapted  to  the 
radio,  by  F.  W.  Gray.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10014;  Frederick 
Walter  Gray,  1045  Lake  St.,  San 
Francisco.  2407 


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no.  4, 1931 


2427 


Life  of  Christ ;  or.  Glorified  tragedy 
of  the  Messiah,  a  drama,  by  Carle 
Morrow  Stanley.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10008;  Carle  M. 
Stanley,  Brethren,  Mich.  2408 

Lights  out:  a  play  in  2  acts,  by  M. 
Hichman  and  E.  Preble.  Act  1.  © 
lc.  Feb.  11.  1931;  Act.  2,  ©  lc.  Mar. 
30:  D  unpub.  10015;  Harry  Rich- 
man,  157  W.  46th  St.,  and  Edward 
Preble.  124  W.  47th  St.,  New  York. 

2409 

Lilies  should  laugh ;  a  play,  by  F. 
Fowler.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10262 ;  Frank  Fowler,  Gouig- 
nol  Theatre,  Lexington,  Ky.        2410 

Lingering  (The)  past;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  L.  J.  Tynan.  Rev.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  31,  1931;  D  unpijb.  10157; 
Leonard  J.  Tynan,  607  E.  28th  St., 
Paterson,  N.  J.  2411 

Little  Shakespeare;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Howard  Koch.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
1.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9945 ;  Howard  E. 
Koch  and  Lucie  Mar  Koch,  47  Cen- 
tral Ave.,  Hartsdale,  N.  Y.  2412 

Loin  de  la  terre ;  piece  en  3  actes  et  6 
tableaux,  par  J.  Klein.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10243;  Jacques 
Klein,  43  Ave  de  l'Observatoire, 
Paris.  2413 

Long  chances.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Long — long — ago;  by  M.  Farnworth. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10312;  Mae  Farnworth,  3170  37th 
St.,  Astoria,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  2414 

Loose,  with  a  complex;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Ruth  Margaret  Woodward. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10149;  Ruth  M.  Woodward,  18  E. 
8th  St.,  New  York.  2415 

Los  Angeles  (The)  limited;  a  play  in 
3  acts  and  a  prologue,  by  A.  F. 
Rider.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10133;  Arthur  Fremont 
Rider,  Grand  View,  Nyack,  N.  Y. 

2416 

Lotos  (The)  eaters;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  King.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10002;  Marianne  King,  % 
American  Red  cross,  San  Francisco. 

2417 

Loud  speaker;  or,  The  horn  of 
plenty ;  a  satirical  extravaganza  in 
3  acts,  by  N.  Anthony.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
29.  1931;  D  unpub.  10332;  Norman 
Anthony,  310  E.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

2418 


Love  in  a  comedy ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
W.  Starks.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2.  1931; 
D  unpub.  9972;  Willard  Starks.  40 
Lake  PI.,   New  Haven.  2419 

Love  of  a  sailor :  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
G.  L.  Furniss.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10115 ;  Grace  Livingston 
Furniss,  41  Wainwright  St.,  Rve, 
N.   Y.  2420 

Lovers,  happy  lovers ;  an  artificial 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  L.  Galantiere 
and  J.  Haussmann.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10093 ;  Lewis  Galan- 
tiere, Hotel  Algonquin,  and  John 
Haussmann,  66  5th  Ave.,  New  York. 

2421 

Mademoiselle  tout  en  or ;  operette  en 
3  actes,  par  Pierre  Frondaie  [pseud, 
of  R.  Fraudet]  Livret.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10248; 
Rene  Fraudet,  14,  Rue  des  Mar- 
ronniers,  Paris.  2422 

Madre ;  melodrama  en  4  actos,  torna- 
dos de  la  novela  Madre  escrita  por 
la  Sra.  Maria  Josef  a  Narganes  Del 
Monte  y  adaptada  a  la  escena  por  su 
autora.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10072 ;  Maria  J.  Narganes 
Del  Monte,  Santiago  de  las  Vega, 
Havana,  Cuba.  2423 

Major's  (The)  reminiscences;  a  radio 
drama,  by  King  Hamilton  Grayson 
and  Winifred  Rosser.  Episode  1. 
The  old  nut-cracker.  ©  1  c.  Feb. 
5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9958 ;  King  Ham- 
ilton Grayson  and  Winifred  Rosser, 
550  Leavenworth  St.,  San  Francisco. 

2424 

Episode  2,  Out  of  the  shad- 


ows. ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9959 ;  King  Hamilton  Grayson  & 
associates  and  Radio  programs,  ltd., 
550  Leavenworth  St.,  San  Francisco. 

2425 


Episode    3,     The   chimes   of 

Santa  Fe.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9961 ;  Radio  programs,  ltd., 
King  Hamilton  Grayson  &  Winifred 
Rosser,  550  Leavenworth  St.,  San 
Francisco.  2426 

Make-believe  (The)  wife.  See  Almost 
a  bigamist. 

Mandragora ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Beverley  Hill.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  28,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10323;  Esther  Plumpton 
Wilson,  39  W.  70th  St.,  New  York. 

2427 


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Mandy's  chillun ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
N.  L.  Moorefield.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10338;  Nancy  L. 
Moorefield,  1223  E.  57th  St.,  Chi- 
cago. 2428 

Mark  (A)  of  punctuation;  a  1-act 
play,  by  E.  S.  B.  Taylor.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10260 ;  Ellen 
Scranton  Belden  Taylor.  50  Wood- 
bine Ave.,  Youngstown,  O.  2429 

Mary  and  Ann  Clark  and  their  life 
savers ;  an  original  comedy,  by 
Thomas  McRae.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2. 
1931;  D  unpub.  9971;  Hazel  Ann 
Clark  McRae,  9930  191st  St.  Hollis, 
L.   I.,  N.  Y.  2430 

Melodrama ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Wyona  Dashwood  and  Ed- 
son  Rich  [i.  e.  H.  E.  Rich]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10320; 
Helen  Edson  Rich,  1111  A  Wood 
Ave.,  Colorado  Springs,  Colo.      2431 

Melody  of  the  states ;  a  presentation 
vaudeville  melange,  by  W.  A.  Inglis. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10027; 
William  A.  Inglis,  1557  N.  Orange 
Grove  Ave.,  Hollywood.  2432 

Men  should  be  men ;  a  comedy-sketch, 
by  Stephen  Major  [pseud,  of  Mau- 
rice Lany]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10046;  Nicholas  R.  Lany, 
Jackson  Heights,  33^2  89th  St., 
New  York.  2433 

Menace  (The)  a  comedy  in  2  parts, 
by  M.  A.  Kronberg.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10334;  Meyer  Ar- 
nold Kronberg,  403  New  Lots  Ave., 
Brooklyn.  2434 

Merry  Madrid ;  comic  opera  in  2  acts, 
words  and  music  by  Carl  Fique. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  1022:8;  Kathrine  Noack 
Fique,  28  S.  Portland  Ave.,  Brook- 
lyn. 2435 

Mike  is  captured.  See  Racket  wreck- 
ers. 

Milton  Ager.     See  Popular  composers. 

Minute  (The)  man;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  P.  W.  Tell.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25, 
1931;  D.  unpub.  10293;  Pincus  Wil- 
liam Tell,  780  Pelham  Parkway, 
New  York.  2436 

Mission  barrel ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Mabel  Conklin  Allyn.  Indianapolis, 
Ind.  [1931]  19  p.  16mo.  ©  Apr. 
20,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  25;  D  pub.  665; 
Meigs  pub.  co.,  Indianapolis.       2437 


Mr.  Wagners  platform ;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  E.  C.  Davis.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  14,  1931:  D  unpub.  10126;  Ed- 
ward C.  Davis,  246  W.  51st  St.,  New 
York.  2438 

Modern  (A)  knight;  a  sketch,  by 
American  telephone  &  telegraph  co. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10301 ;  American  telephone  &  tele- 
graph co.,  New  York.  2439 

[Moderne  (A)  meister  werk;  a  nov- 
elti  komedie  in  a  prolog  un  7  bilder] 
by  R.   Burstein. 

©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10134;  Raphael  Bustein,  221  E. 
54th    St.,   Brooklyn.  2440 

Moment  pathetique ;  a  poetic  play,  by 
Edith  Lowell,  to  be  given  with  in- 
cidental music  by  Tschaikovsky. 
Gorham,  Me.  [1931]  [10]  p.,  1  1. 
12mo.  ©  Mar.  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  9 ; 
D  pub.  658;  Edith  Lowell,  99  South 
St.,  Gorham,  Me.  2441 

Monsieur  de  Letoriere ;  comedie  en  4 
actes  et  5  tableaux,  en  vers,  de  M. 
Rostand.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10249 ;  Maurice  Rostand, 
3  Rue  de  Tilsitt,  Paris.  2442 

Moonrise ;  a  1-act  play,  by  Marion 
Murdoch.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10003 ;  Marion  McMahon 
Murdoch,  69  Meeting  St.,  Charles- 
ton, S.  C.  2443 

Musicland  playtime ;  a  musical  play- 
let, by  Genevieve  Elliott.  New 
York,  1931.  11  p.  plate.  4to. 
(Pianoprettas,  no.  6447)  ©  Apr. 
15,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  D  pub.  28007 ; 
J.  Fischer  &  bro.,  New  York.       2444 

Muttering  wind;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Laura  Mount  [i.  e.  L.  M.  Hobson] 
Rev.  version.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10284;  Laura  Mount  Hob- 
son,  49  E.  96th  St.,  New  York.     2445 

Mystery  (The)  is  solved.  See  Dixies 
circus. 

Neighbor  Joe ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H. 
F.  Carlton  and  W.  F.  Manley. 
(Graybar  program,  no.  85)  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  22.  1931;  D  unpub.  10256; 
Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon,  N. 
Y.,  and  Wm.  Ford  Manley,  Silver- 
mine  Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.         2446 


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2465 


Nemici  (I)  :  dramnia  in  5  quadri,  di 
S.  M.  Kruglikow.  riduzione  italiana 
di  O.  V.  Gentilli.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10024:  O.  V.  Gen- 
tilli. Via  Fratelli,  Bronzetti  IS. 
Milan.  2447 

Night :  a  play  in  prologue  and  3  acts, 
by  Harry  Meyer  and  T.  Scofield. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  22.  1931;  D  unpub. 
10273;  Thomas  Scofield.  25  Popliam 
Rd.,  Scarsdale,  N.  Y.  2448 

Night  (The)  remembers;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Martha  Madison  [pseud,  of 
M.  O'Dwyer]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10358:  Martha  O'Dwyer, 
3305  N.  21st  St..  Flushing.  L.  L. 
N.   Y.  2449 

Nobody's  child ;  a  melodrama  in  S 
acts,  by  Jonathan  Ford.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  18.  1931:  D  unpub.  10196; 
Anthony  A.  Rinella.  4277  E.  119th 
St..  Cleveland.  2450 

Not  for  Rebecca ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Alice  Coyle.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9997;  Alice  W.  Coyle, 
3326  Oak  Park  Aye..  Berwyn,  111. 

2451 

Not  to  reason  why:  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  G.  Henderson.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
30,  1931;  D  unpub.  10353;  Frank 
G.  Henderson.  115  W,  47th  St.,  New 
York.  2452 

Nuts  in  May ;  a  mad  musical  mockery 
in  2  mocks,  by  Arthur  Swanstrom. 
Act  1.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10326 :  Arthur  Swanstrom, 
24  E.  54th  St.,  New  York.  2453 

CEuvres  completes  de  Robert  de  La 
Villeherve.  VI.  Theatre  III;  Paris, 
Societe  cl'  editions  i  litteraires  et 
artistiques  Ollendorff,  1929.  448  p., 
2  1.  incl.  front.  12mo.  Contents: 
Le  Mysore  de  Saint-Nicolas. — La 
Maison  des  bois. — Maria  Magda- 
lena. — Don  Gil. — La  Farce  de  la 
femme  muette.  ©  Dec.  31,  1929 ;  1  c. 
Sept.  18,  1930;  A— Foreign  9079 
Charlotte  Masson-Le  Minihy  de  La 
Villeherve,  Paris.  2453* 

Off  the  hook  with  a  profit ;  a  modern 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  R.  Hanna  and  P. 
Lockwood.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10038  ;  Robert  Hanna,  241  W. 
12th  St.,  and  Preston  Lockwood,  111 
Broadway,  New  York.  2454 

Oh  Doctor;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  F.  A. 
Kummer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10193 ;  Frederic  Arnold  Kum- 
mer, 2  St.  Martin's  Rd.,  Baltimore. 

2455 


Old  Glory  passes:  by  U.  B.  Collins. 
©  1  e.  Apr.  7,  1931 :  D  10118 ;  Ulric 
Blair  Collins,  704  W.  180th  St.  New 
York.  2456 

Old  (The)  nut-cracker.  See  Major's 
(The)   reminiscences. 

Old  (An)  Spanish  custom:  a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  H.  S.  Kraft.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10318:  Hyman 
S.  Kraft.  140  W.  69th  St.,  New  York. 

2457 

Ollantai :  a  drama  of  the  Incas  of 
Peru  in  5  acts,  translated  and  drama- 
tized by  F.  S.  Brewster,  from  the 
French  of  Gavino  Pacheco  Zegarra. 
New  ed.  with  alterations,  correc- 
tions, and  an  introduction.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  25.  1931:  D  unpub.  10010; 
Frances  Stanton  Brewster.  W.  Litch- 
field, Conn.  2458 

On  the  cuff ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
Tom  Gibson  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10029;  Thomas  Victor 
Gibson,  Bonsall,  Calif.  2459 

On  the  loose;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Noel  and  S.  Noel.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10352;  Joseph  Noel 
and  Sterling  Noel,  53  Catherine  St., 
Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.  2460 

One  lover  less :  a  play  in  1  act,  by  E. 
Sheppard.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10207;  Esther  Shephard  362 
Ward  St.,  Seattle,  Wash.  2461 

One  man's  paradise ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  Davidson,  jr..  ©  1  c.  Am\  13. 
1931 :  D  unpub.  10098 ;  David  David- 
son, jr.,  11  Baker  St.,  Saranac  Lake, 
N.    Y.  2462 

One  night ;  comedy  in  a  prologue  and 
2  acts,  by  Oliver  Thomas  [pseud,  of 
A.  Vecsey]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21.  1931; 
D  unpub.  10233 ;  Armand  Vecsey, 
171  W.  57th  St.,  New  York.       2463 

Out  of  hours ;  a  sketch  in  1  act,  by  A. 
Fairman.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9995 ;  Austin  Fairman.  11 
Gay  St.,  New  York.  2464 

Out  of  the  fumes.    See  Ragged  virtue. 

Out  of  the  melting  pot ;  Episodes  1-3, 
a  radio  sketch,  by  A.  Philipp  and 
M.  Simon.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10160;  Max  Simon.  1428 
Broadway,  and  Adolf  Philipp.  323 
Brightwater    Court,    New    York. 

2465 

Out  of  the  shadows.  See  Major's 
(The)   reminiscences. 

Pair  (A)  of  gold  shoe  buckles;  a  1-act 
play  by  Carolyn  Rodgers.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.     1,     1931;     D     unpub.     9943; 


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Pair  (A)  of  gold  shoe  buckles — Contd. 
Carolyn  Hale  Rodgers,  1022  Pel- 
hamdale  Ave.,  Pelham  Manor,  New 
York.  2466 

Pa  riser  Platz  13 ;  komoedie  in  3  akten, 
von  Vicki  Baum.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  9. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10048;  Edmond 
Pauker,  1639  Broadway,  New  l'ork. 

2467 

Passing  (The)  of  the  18th  Amend- 
ment ;  a  musical  play  in  2  acts,  by 
E.  Pearle  Fellows  [pseud,  of  E.  P. 
Calkins]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  27991;  E.  Pearle  Calkins, 
1135  E.  California  Ave.,  Glendale, 
Calif.  2468 

Passy  00-13 ;  piece  en  3  actes  [par] 
Alfred  Savoir  [pseud,  of  Alfred 
Poznanski]  Paris.  Librairie 
theatrale,  1931.  137  p.,  1  1.  12mo. 
©  Feb.  25,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  17;  D 
pub.  10240;  Louis  Stiquel,  Paris. 

2469 

People  vs.  Harris ;  a  play,  by  C.  Gross. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10045 ; 
Caroline  Gross,  303  Lexington  Ave., 
New  York.  2470 

Pepper  in  the  honey ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  G.  H.  Moase.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10016;  George 
Hewitt  Moase,  324  E.  7th  St.,  Brook- 
lyn. 2471 

Perichole ;  operette  in  3  akten,  neuer 
text  nach  zwei  fassungen  von  Henry 
Meilhac  unci  Ludovic  Halevy,  von 
Karl  Kraus,  musik  von  Jacques 
Offenbach.  Wien,  Leipzig,  1931.  2 
p.  1.,  234  p.  fol.  Vocal  score.  © 
Feb.  16,  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  6;  D  pub. 
28005 ;  Universal  edition  actien- 
gesellschaft,  Vienna.  2472 

von  Jacques  Offenbach,  neuer  text 

nach  zwei  fassungen  von  Henry 
Meilhac  und  Ludovic  Halevy,  von 
Karl  Kraus.  Wien,  1931.  128  p. 
12mo.  Text.  ©  Jan.  3,  1931;  1  c. 
Feb.  17;  D  pub.  10137;  Universal- 
edition,  a.-g.,  Vienna.  2473 

Perkain;  drame  lyrique  en  3  actes, 
legende  Basque  de  P.  B.  Gheusi, 
d'apres  Pierre  Harispe,  musique  de 
Jean  Poueigh.  Partition  chant  et 
piano  reduite  par  l'auteur.  Paris 
[1931]  5  p.  1.,  224  p.  fol.  ©  Jan. 
30,  1931 ;  1  c.  Feb.  26 ;  D  pub.  28000 ; 
Choudens,  Paris.  2474 

Pfeifertag  (Der)  ;  heitere  oper  in  3 
aufziigen,  von  Max  von  Schillings, 
text  von  Ferdinand,  Graf  Sporck, 
neu  bearbeitet  vom  komponisten. 
Vollstandig  neue  ausgabe  1930.    Ber- 


lin [1930]  54,  [1]  p.  12mo.  Text. 
©  Nov.  13,  1930 :  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  10064;  Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock, 
Berlin.  2475 

Pillar  (The)  of  cloud;  a  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  R.  Dial.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  9.  1931;  D  unpub.  10051; 
Rebecca  Dial,  1852  Kalorama  Rd., 
Washington.  2476 

Pink  pearls ;  a  musical  comedy  in  3 
acts,  book  by  L.  Rimmer,  lyrics  by 
R.  Clarion  (Lotti  Rimmer)  in  col- 
laboration with  L.  M.  Dorsey.  Text. 
©  1  c.  Feb.  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10226 ; 
Lotti  Rimmer,  392  Huron  St.,  and 
Leo  M.  Dorsey,  111  Palmerston  Ave., 
Toronto,  Ontario,  Canada.  2477 

Plays  of  the  restoration  and  eighteenth 
century  as  they  were  acted  at  the 
Theatres-Royal,  by  Their  Majesties' 
servants,  ed.  by  Douglas  MacMillan 
and  Howard  Mumford  Jones.  New 
York,  1931.  ix,  896  p.  8vo.  Con- 
tents:  The  siege  of  Rhodes,  part  1, 
by  Sir  William  Davenant. — The  In- 
dian queen,  by  John  Dryden  and 
Sir  Robert  Howard. — The  rehearsal, 
by  George  Villiers,  Duke  of  Bucking- 
ham [and  others] — The  man  of 
mode,  by  Sir  George  Etherege. — The 
rival  queens,  by  Nathaniel  Lee. — All 
for  love,  by  John  Dryden. — Venice 
preserved,  by  Thomas  Otway. — The 
Squire  of  Alsatia,  by  Thomas  Shad- 
well. — Love's  last  shift,  by  Colley 
Cibber. — The  relapse,  by  Sir  John 
Vanbrugh. — The  way  of  the  world, 
by  William  Congreve. — The  fair  pen- 
itent, by  Nicholas  Rowe. — The 
beaux'  stratagem,  by  George  Far- 
quhar. — Oato,  by  Joseph  Addison. — 
The  conscious  lovers,  by  Sir  Richard 
Steele. — The  beggar's  opera,  by  John 
Gay. — The  London  merchant,  by 
George  Lillo. — Douglas,  by  John 
Home. — The  clandestine  marriage, 
by  George  Colman  and  David  Gar- 
rick. — False  delicacy,  by  Hugh 
Kelly. — The  West  Indian,  by  Richard 
Cumberland. — She  stoops  to  conquer, 
by  Oliver  Goldsmith. — The  school  for 
scandal,  by  Richard  Brinsley  Sheri- 
dan.— The  stranger,  by  Augustus  von 
Kotzebue,  translated  by  Benjamin 
Thompson.  ©  Mar.  13,  1931;  2  c. 
Mar.  26;  aff.  Mar.  28;  A  35475; 
Henry  Holt  and  co.,  inc.,  New  York. 

2477* 

Popular  composers ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Dan  Jarrett.  no.  1.  Milton  Ager. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10177;  Famous  artists  of  the  air, 
inc.,  New  York.  2478 


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2501 


no.  2,  Al  Piantadosi.     ©  1  c. 

Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10178 ;  Fa- 
mous artists  of  the  air.  inc.,  New 
York.  2479 

no.    3,    Abel   Baer.      ©    1    c. 


Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10179 :  Fa- 
mous artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New 
York.  2480 

Possessed ;  scenario,  by  P.  McCartan. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10279;  Patrick  McCartan,  339)  E. 
58th  St.,  New  York.  2481 

Power  over  life;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 

A.  B.  Peebles.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9988;  Annie  Bradbury 
Peebles,  2017  Eye  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash- 
ington. 2482 

Precedent;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  I.  J. 
Golden.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10197;  Israel  J.  Golden,  225 
Broadway,  New  York.  2483 

Precious  little  person.  See  Sweet- 
hearts  of  America. 

Prescriptions  in  melody.  See  Doctor 
Cheer. 

Presentiment ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  E. 
Lawton.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10327 ;  Elizabeth  Lawton,  125 
Grasmere  St.,  Newton,  Mass.      2484 

Prinzessin  Brambilla ;  ein  fantasie- 
sttick  nach  E.  T.  A.  Hoffmann,  von 
Walter  Braunfels.  op.  126.  Klav- 
ierauszug  mit  text.  Neubearbeitung 
1929-30.  Wien,  Leipzig,  [1931]  1  p. 
1.,  228  p.  fol.  ©  Jan.  3,  1931 ;  1  c. 
Feb.  17;  D  pub.  28002;  Universal 
edition,  a.  g.,  Vienna.  2485 

Prodana  nevesta.  See  Barter  (The) 
for  the  bride. 

Pygmalion  in  Mayf air ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Constance  Bridges  [i.  e.  C. 

B.  Jones]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10043 ;  Constance  Bridges 
Jones,  145  E.  52d  St.,  New  York. 

2486 
Queen  (The)  of  Poland;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  George  Bishop  and  Ira 
Glackens.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13.  1931;  D 
unpub.  10113 ;  Geo.  Kirtland  Bishop, 
Poland,  O..  and  Ira  Dimack  Glack- 
ens, 10  W.  9th  St.,  New  York.       2487 

Queer !  Damned  queer !  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Theodore  Mitchell  Prudden. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10329;  Theodore  M.  Prudden,  Jones 
St.,  Hingham,  Mass.  2488 

Quizzing  Senator  Ford ;  being  a  series 
of  interviews,  by  Senator  Ford 
[pseud,   of   E.    H.   Fauth]      ©   1   c. 


Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10060;  Ed- 
ward Hastings  Fauth,  Southold, 
N.    Y.  2489 

Racket  wreckers ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
J.  T.  W.  Martin.  Episode  1.  Cecil 
goes  to  work.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10001;  J.  T.  W.  Martin, 
211  E.  35th  St.,  New  York.  2490 

Episode  2.    Mike  is  captured. 

©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10000 ; 
J.  T.  W.  Martin,  211  E.  35th  St., 
New  York.  2491 

Ragged  virtue ;  or,  Out  of  the  fumes, 
a  comedy-drama  in  prologue  and  3 
acts,  by  A.  L.  MacNab.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10283 ;  Archibald 
Leavenworth  MacNab,  2940  Broad- 
way, Chicago.  2492 

Rap  (The)  ;  a  melodrama  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  J.  P.  Leister. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10188;  John  Peter  Leister,  157  W. 
47th  St.,  New  York.  2493 

Ravishers  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  York.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10266;  Anthony  York,  6.  E. 
46th  St.,  New  York.  2494 

Real  (The)  widow  Brown ;  a  3-act 
comedy,  by  J.  Le  Brandt.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10174; 
Joseph  Le  Brandt,  1482  Broadway, 
New   York.  2495 

Recruits;  a  drama,  by  Ferol  Corneli- 
son.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10281;  Ferol  Mae  Cornelison,  95 
Howe  St.,  New  Haven.  2496 

Rehearsal  (The)  ;  a  burlesque,  by  G. 
S.  Brooks.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10216;  George  S.  Brooks, 
27  James  St.,  Cortland,  N.  Y.     2497 

Release;  first  rough  draft,  by  A. 
Parker.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10183;  Austin  Parker,  108 
Waverly  PI.,  New  York.  2498 

Return  (The)  of  Charlie  Ross;  a  dra- 
matic composition,  by  R.  Pauley.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10032; 
Roy  Pauley,  102  Jay  St..  Schenec- 
tady, N.  Y.  2499 

Reunion  in  Vienna  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  E.  Sherwood.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25, 
1931:  D  unpub.  10295;  Robert  Em- 
met Sherwood,  153  E.  71st  St.,  New 
York.  2500 

Reversible  (The)  person;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  A.  McDonald.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10307; 
Warren  A.  McDonald,  2223  Reed  St., 
Philadelphia.  2501 


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2502 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Roamin'  holiday ;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by 
J.  A.  White.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10163;  J.  Andrew  White, 
67  W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  2502 

Roof  (The)  of  Sam  Fraunces;  a  play 
in  1  act,  by  E.  Garrigues  and  P. 
Hopkins.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9984;  Ellen  Garrigues,  330 
W.  58th  St.,  and  Pauline  Hopkins, 
428  Lafayette  St.,  New  York.      2503 

Rosalita ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  D. 
Sloane.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10287 ;  Douglas  Sloane,  51 
Prospect  Ave.,  Newtonville,  Mass. 

2504 

Rosy  (The)  pathway;  [a  play]  by 
Mamie  Harris  Mobley.  Columbus, 
Ga.,  The  Mobley  producing  company 
[19311  40  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  18, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  22 ;  D  pub.  661 ;  Ma- 
mie Harris  Mobley,  Columbus,  Ga. 

2505 

Roulette;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  E.  A. 
Bruguiere.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10011 ;  Emile  A.  Bruguiere, 
8  Rue  Bosio,  Principaute  de  Mo- 
naco. 2506 

Roving  (The)  reporter;  a  burlesque, 
by  G.  S.  Brooks.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10211;  George  S. 
Brooks,  27  James  St.,  Cortland, 
N.  Y.  2507 

Ruling  passions ;  a  play,  by  A.  Scho- 
mer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10189;  Abraham  Schomer,  1914 
Conn.  Ave.,  The  Highlands,  Wash- 
ington. 2508 

Run  fool ;  a  dramatic  composition  in  2 
acts,  by  J.  R.  Minter.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10176;  Jack  R. 
Minter,  5905  Walnut  St.,  Philadel- 
phia. 2500 

S.  S.  Europic ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Bart  and  J.  Fields.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10223 ;  Jean  Bart, 
150  W.  79th  St.,  and  Joe  Fields,  345 
E.  57th  St.,  New  York.  2510 

Sacrifice ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by  G.  Ben- 
jamin. ©  1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10017 ;  Grace  Benjamin,  575 
W.  159th  St.,  New  York.  2511 

Salvage ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  Va- 
rey.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
9939 ;  Eugene  Varey,  P.  O.  Box.  145, 
Dallas.  2512 

Samples ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  Bur- 
ton Crane  [i.  e.  L.  B.  Crane,  jr.]  © 
1  c.  Dec.  20,  1930 ;  D  unpub.  10111 ; 
Louis  Burton  Crane,  jr.,  18  Kamiya- 
cho,   Shiba-ku,  Tokyo,  Japan.     2513 


Santa  and  the  servant;  a  play,  by  C. 
L.  Page.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10146;  Charles  Laverne 
Page,  716  Iglehart  Ave.,  St.  Paul. 

2514 

Santo  (II)  ;  dramma  sacro  di  3  atti,  di 
R.  Fiore.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10025;  Raffaele  Fiore,  Via 
Rossini  5,   Florence,   Italy.  2515 

Sauvage  (Le)  ;  comedie  en  4  actes  de 
T.  Bernard.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10245 ;  Tristan  Bernard, 
8  Ave.  Hoche,  Paris.  2516 

Scotland  Yard;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Richard  A.  Martinsen.  no.  22.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10022; 
Dell  pub.  co.,  New  York.  2517 

no.  23.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931 


D  unpub.  10065;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  2518 

Scrap  (A)  of  silk;  a  sketch,  bv  S.  C. 
Pettit.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10079;  Sarah  C.  Pettit,  5734 
Forbes    St.,   Pittsburgh.  2519 

Script  girl ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  Gerstein.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931; 
D  unpub.  £942;  Evelyn  Gerstein,  57 
W.  75th  St.,  New  York.  2520 

Seaweed;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  B. 
M.  Hurowitz.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10056 ;  Benjamin  M.  Huro- 
witz, 744  Harkness  St.,  Philadel- 
phia. 2521 

Secret  ritual,  83d  degree  Fahrenheit, 
Mystic  knights  of  the  sea,  marine 
jurisdiction,  a  burlesque,  by  J.  C. 
SiUer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10035;  Jesse  C.  Suter,  7312 
Blair  Rd.,   Washington.  2522 

See  and  believe  it;  a  burlesque,  by  G. 
S.  Brooks.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10212;  George  S.  Brooks, 
27  James  St.,  Cortland,  N.  Y.      2523 

See-saw ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  V.  L. 
Davies.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10034;  Valentine  L.  Davies, 
38  E.  85th  St.,  New  York.  2524 

Self;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Flora  and 
Julia  Haney.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9982;  Flora  Haney  and 
Julia  Haney,  6419  Woodbine  Ave., 
Philadelphia.  2525 

Shadow  (The)  of  the  grave.  See  Un- 
seen  (The)   hand. 

Shop  (The)  ;  a  3-act  play,  by  G.  Sklar. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9967 ; 
George  Sklar,  22  Pratt  St.,  Meriden, 
Conn.  2526 


134 


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no.  4, 1931 


2544 


Short  plays  in  Spanish;  by  Imi  W. 
Ramboz,  illustrated  by  Jack  Faw- 
cett.  New  York,  Cincinnati,  [1931] 
xix,  158  p.  inch  col.  front.,  illus. 
16mo.  Dramatic  contents :  Cami- 
seria  y  sombrereria  de  Rodriguez. — 
Don  Enrique  va  a  los  Estados 
tfhidos. — En  el  Cafe  Imperial. — Un 
Norteamericano  en  Mejico. — Las 
amigas  de  Alicia. — Las  via j eras. — 
Ejercicios. —  Modismos. —  Locuciones 
parlamentarias.      ©    Mar.    9,    1931 ; 

2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  12;  A  35256; 
American  book  co.,  New  York. 

2526* 

Silver  (The)  bowl;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Coburn.  ©lc.  Apr.  1,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9947;  Mary  Coburn,  344 
E.  48th   St.,  New  York.  2527 

Sins  and  curses ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by 
B.  Lit.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10192 ;  Beckie  Lit,  416  Rock- 
away   Parkway,    Brooklyn.  2528 

Sisters ;  operetta  in  3  acts,  by  Stephen 
Bekeffi  and  Bela  Jenbach,  music  by 
Lajos  Lajtai.  Translated  by  J.  F. 
Bard.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10053  ;  Julius  Frank  Bard, 
225  5th  Ave.,  New  York.  2529 

Skull    (The)  ;    a   tragedy-burlesque   in 

3  acts,  by  P.  B.  Bachtell.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10331 ;  Paul 

B.  Bachtell,  P.  O.  Box  435,  Lan- 
caster, Calif.  2530 

Skyline ;  a  new  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  R.  Perkins  and  D.  S.  Slawson. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10058  ; 
Albert  R.  Perkins  and  Daniel  S. 
Slawson,    565   5th   Ave.,    New    York. 

2531 

Snow-White  and  the  seven  dwarfs ; 
[an  operetta]  by  Jessie  L.  Gavnor. 
[Chicago,  1931]  28  p.  8vo.  Li- 
bretto. ©  Apr.  21,  1931;  2  c.  Apr. 
27;  D  pub.  667;  Clayton  F.  Summy 
co.,  Chicago.  2532 

So  few  pleasures;  a  play  in  3  acts. 
by  B.  M.  Ritchey.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9944;  Belle  Mac- 
Diarmid  Ritchey,  563  Evanswood, 
Clifton,  Cincinnati.  2533 

Society ;  a  new  play  in  3  acts,  by  A. 

C.  Kennedy  and  T.  Leeds.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  10225;  Tom 
Leeds  and  Ann  C.  Kennedv,  108  E. 
38th  St.,  New  York.  2534 

Society  girl ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Sean 
O'Larkin  [pseud,  of  J.  F.  Larkin, 
jr.]    and  C.   Beahan.     ©  1  c.  Mar. 


26,  1931;  D  unpub.  10052;  John  F. 
Larkin,  jr..  Box  1093,  Palm  Beach, 
Fla.,  and  Charles  Beahan,  1235  Park 
Ave.,  New  York.  2535 

Society  notes ;  a  sketch,  by  W.  L'Hom- 
medieu.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10317;  Winifred  L'Homme- 
dieu,  44  Kenwood  Rd.,  Grosse  Pointe 
Farms,  Mich.  2536 

Somnambulist;  a  1-act  play,  by  A. 
Cohen.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10054;  Adolph  Cohen,  37  E. 
42d  St.,  Brooklyn.  2537 

Song  of  the  subway ;  a  sketch,  by  J. 
P.  Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B.  Oak- 
land. ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10127;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers, 
Ben  Oakland,  146  W.  12th  St.,  New 
York.  2538 

Sous  la  loi.     See  Ten  o'clock. 

Spiel  oder  ernst ;  komische  oper  in  1 
akt,  von  Poul  Knudsen,  musik  von 
Emil  Nikolaus  von  Reznicek.  Kla- 
vierauszug  mit  text.  Wien,  Leip- 
zig, 1930.  110  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  22, 
1930;  1  c.  Feb.  17,  1931;  D  pub. 
28003 ;  Universal  edition,  a.  g., 
Vienna.  2539 

Spreading  sunshine;  a  1-act  domestic 
farce,  by  E.  C.  Davis.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
14.  1931:  D  unpub.  10123;  Edward 
C.  Davis,  246  W.  51st  St.,  New  York. 

2540 

Squaring  the  circle ;  a  jest  in  3  acts, 
by  Valentine  Kataev,  tr.  and  adapted 
from  the  Russian,  by  E.  Lyons  & 
C.  Malamuth.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10219 ;  Eugene  Lyons,  c/o 
United  Press,  61  Park  Row,  New 
York,  and  Charles  Malamuth,  c/o 
Universitv  of  California,  Berkelev, 
Calif.  2541 

Story  (The)  as  told  by  my  portable 
typewriter ;  a  radio  sketch,  by  H.  M. 
Barrett.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931:  D 
unpub.  10122;  Hazel  Martin  Bar- 
rett, 6445  Greene  St.,  Philadelphia. 

2542 

Story  (The)  of  education;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (Ameri- 
can School  of  the  air,  Apr.  20,  1931) 
©  ]  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10251 ;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon, 
N.   Y.  2543 

Story  (The)  of  the  newspaper  ;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  H.  F.  Carlton.  (Ameri- 
can school  of  the  air,  Apr.  27,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10253 ;  Henry  Fisk  Carlton,  Harmon, 
N.   Y.  2544 


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Strictly  business ;  a  sketch,  by  E.  C. 
Davis.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10125 ;  Edward  C.  Davis,  246 
W.  51st.,  New  York.  2545 

Such  is  the  life  of  a  music  teacher ; 
a  musical  playlet  in  4  scenes,  by 
Else  H.  Heegard  [i.  e.  E.  H.  Garst] 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10356 ;  Else  Heegard  Garst,  288 
Michigan    St.,    Elmhurst,    111.     2546 

Sunshine  and  shadow ;  or  Virtue  tri- 
umphant ;  a  melodrama  in  5  acjis, 
by  M.  A.  Bosher.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10073;  Marjorie 
Anne  Bosher,  217  Neponset  Ave., 
Boston.  2547 

Sure  (The)  thing;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Strawn.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10236;  Arthur  Strawn,  865 
W.  End  Ave.,  New  York.  2548 

Sweethearts  of  America  ;  no.  2,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  Edgar  Schoenberg, 
adapted  from  Precious  little  person. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10066 ; 
Dell  pub.  co.,  New  York.  2549 

Tale  (A)  of  two  cities;  adapted  for 
radio,  by  W.  F.  Manley.  (Ameri- 
can school  of  the  air,  Apr.  22,  1931) 
©  1  c.  Apr.  22;,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10252 ;  William  Ford  Manley,  Silver- 
mine  Falls,  Norwalk,  Conn.  2550 
Tempest  (The)  ;  by  William  Shakes- 
peare, An  acting  arrangement  for 
continuous  performance,  by  E.  S. 
Fry.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D.  un- 
pub. 9974;  Emma  Sheridan  Fry,  716 
8th    St.,    Coronado,    Calif.  2551 

Tempo;  a  play  in  12  scenes,  by  Nich- 
olas Pogodin,  tr.  from  the  Russian 
by  Olga  Shapiro.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10201 ;  Olga  J.  Sha- 
piro, 108  W.  122d  St.,  New  York. 

2552 

Ten  o'clock ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3 
acts,  tr.  and  adapted  by  A.  R.  De 
Milt,  from  Sous  la  loi,  by  Edouard 
Brendes.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9964;  Aida  Rodman  De  Milt, 
430  E.  57th  St.,  New  York.         2553 

Terrain  vague ;  spectacle  en  3  parties, 
de  J.  V.  Pellerin.  [Paris,  Masques, 
1931]  110,  [1]  p.  incl.,  ports., 
plates  (printed  on  both  sides) 
12mo.  ©  Feb.  28,  1931;  1  c.  Apr. 
17 ;  D  pub.  10239  ;  Jean  Victor  Pel- 
lerin, 123  Blvd.  Montparnasse,  Paris. 

2554 

That  dame ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  Edward  Scott.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10316 ;  William  Ed- 


ward Scott,  306  31st  Ave.,  San  Fran- 
cisco. 2555 

Third  (The)  day;  [by]  Francis  Tal- 
bot. (In  America,  v.  44,  no.  26, 
Apr.  4,  1931)  ©  Mar.  28,  1931; 
1  c.  Apr.  2 ;  D  pub.  652 ;  America 
Press,    New   York.  2556 

Those  two  boys ;  a  1-act  duologue  in  7 
parts,  by  D.  Aaronson.     ©  1  c.  Apr. 

21,  1931;  D  unpub.  10234;  Darby 
Aaronson,  31  Bennett  Ave.,  New 
York.  2557 

Thou  shalt  not — marry;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  J.  Eiseman.     ©  1  c.  Apr. 

22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10271 ;  J.  Jacques 
Eiseman,  2021  Wendover  St.,  Pitts- 
burgh. 2558- 

Three  blondes ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
S.  Jarrell.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10082;  Sanford  Jarrell,  Kew 
Gardens  2700  Q  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash- 
ington. 2559 

Ticket  no.  5563 ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  A.  Bush  and  P.  I.  Cook.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10153 ; 
Frank  Arthur  Bush,  231  Center  St., 
and  Paul  Irving  Cook,  8  W.  St.,  San 
Rafael,  Calif.  2560- 

Till  yesterday  comes  again ;  a  roman- 
tic fantasy  in  3  acts,  by  G.  D.  Cum- 
mins. ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10088  ;  Geraldine  Dorothy  Cum- 
mins, 25  Jubilee  PL,  Chelsea,  London. 

2561 

Tir  na  n-og;  an  opera  in  3  acts, 
Welsh  libretto  by  T.  Gwynn  Jones, 
with  an  English  translation,  music 
by  David  De  Lloyd.  [London]  Ox- 
ford university  press;  [Cardiff, 
Wales]  University  of  Wales  press 
board  for  the  National  council  of 
music  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  67  p.  4to. 
©  Jan.  8,  1931;  1  c.  Feb.  18;  D 
pub.  2S009;  Oxford  university  press, 
London.  2562 

Tired  business  man ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Walter  Newman.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9949  ;  Walter 
Henry  Newman,  129  W.  46th  St., 
New   York.  2563 

To  hell  with  the  contract !  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  Helen  Elser  and  Ran- 
ney  Lewis  [pseud,  of  T.  H.  A.  Lewis] 
©  1  c.  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9940 ; 
Helen  Richter  Elser,  134  W.  11th 
St.,  and  Tom  Howard  Augustin 
Lewis,  45  W.  70th  St.,  New  York. 

2564 

To  the  pure ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  T. 
Buchanan.     ©  1    c.   Apr.   24,    1931; 


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no.  4, 1931 


2583 


D  unpub.  10288;  Thompson  Buch- 
anan, 116  Washington  PI.,  New 
York.  2565 

Tolly  takes  a  chance ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  French.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
20,  1931;  D  unpub.  10205;  Andrews 
French,  136  18th  St.,  Pacific  Grove, 
Calif.  2566 

Too  many  husbands.  See  Wife  (The) 
of  the  party. 

Torneo  notturno,  sette  notturni 
(Komodie  des  todes,  sieben  drama- 
tische  nachtmusiken ;  fiir  die 
deutsche  biihne  bearbeitet,  von  Hans 
F.  Redlich.  [Music  by  G.  Francesco 
Malipiero]  Riduzione  per  canto  e 
pianoforte.  Klavierauszug  mit  text. 
Berlin  [1930]  115  p.  fol.  ©  Dec. 
27,  1930 ;  1  c.  Jan.  21,  1931 ;  D  pub. 
27998 :  Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock,  Berlin. 

2567 

Toy  shop ;  libretto  &  lyrics  by  Alice 
C.  D.  Riley,  music  by  Jessie  L. 
Gay  nor  and  Frederick  Fleming 
Beale.  [Chicago,  1931]  1  p.  1..  40 
p.  8vo.  ©  Apr.  6.  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  9  ; 
D  pub.  657;  Clayton  F.  Suinmy  Co., 
Chicago.  2568 

Trois  (Les)  chambres ;  piece  en  3 
actes  et  11  tableaux,  par  H.  R. 
Lenormand.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10242 ;  Henri  Rene  Lenor- 
mand, 3  pi.  Victor-Hugo,  Paris. 

2569 

Trouble  brewing:  a  play,  by  W.  D. 
Kramer  and  Larry  E.  Johnson.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  6.  1931;  D  unpub.  10004; 
W.  Dixon  Kramer,  11  W.  42d  St., 
New  York.  2570 

Trouble  brews  among  the  circus 
troupers.     See  Dixies  circus. 

Turn  (The)  of  the  tide;  a  drama  in 
4  acts,  by  T.  Arnheiter.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10263; 
Theodore  Arnheiter,  692  Madison 
Ave.,  New  York.  2571 

Turning  (The)  point;  a  1-act  play, 
by  A.  T.  Bowers.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10076;  Alice  T. 
Bowers,  1419  1-2  S.  St.  Andrews  PI., 
Los  Angeles.  2572 

Two  on  the  isle;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  G.  F.  Marion,  jr.  and  A.  C. 
O'Dea.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13.  1931;  D 
unpub.  9965 ;  George  F.  Marion  Jr., 
604  N.  Alpine  Drive,  and  Anne 
Caldwell  O'Dea,  Beverly  Wilshire 
Hotel,  Beverly  Hills,  Calif.         2573 

Tzar  (Le)  Rogue;  drama  en  5  actes, 
par  L.  E.  Brun.    ©  1  c.  Apr.  7,  1931 ; 


D  unpub.  10039;  Louis  Etienne 
Brun,  La  Canada  Bldg.,  Los  Gatos, 
Calif.  2574 

Uncle  Henry;  [a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  R.  Stewart  and  W.  T.  Stewart] 
Fairfield  [1931]  27  numb.  1.  nar. 
fol.  ©  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  23 ; 
D  pub.  662 ;  Universal  producing  co., 
Fairfield,  la..  2575 

Uncle  Ira's  shoes ;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Flora  and  Julia  Haney.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  9981;  Flora 
Haney  and  Julia  Haney,  6419  Wood- 
bine Ave.,  Philadelphia.  2576 

Under  the  uppercrust ;  original  screen 
play,  by  L.  Middleditch,  jr.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10152 ;  Liv- 
ingston Middleditch,  jr.,  123  N.  Ma- 
ple Drive,   Beverly  Hills,   Calif. 

2577 

Unknown  (The)  fate;  drama  in  1 
prologue  &  4  acts,  by  J.  Russo.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10291 ; 
Joseph  Russo,  150  Forsyth  St.,  New 
York.  2578 

Unseen  (The)  hand.  Episode  9,  The 
shadow  of  the  grave,  a.  radio  drama, 
by  Thomas  H.  Hutchinson,  ed.  by 
King  Hamilton  Grayson  and  Wini- 
fred Rosser.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9960 ;  Radio  programs,  ltd., 
King  Hamilton  Grayson  &  associ- 
ates, and  Thomas  H.  Hutchinson, 
550  Leavenworth  St.,  San  Francisco. 

2579 

Vagabond  (The)  fiddler;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  Mrs.  Darling  Simon  (i.  e. 
S.  Simon]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10009 ;  Sophia  Simon,  7233 
Oglesby  Ave.,  Chicago.  2580 

Valerio ;  heitere  oper  in  3  aufziigen, 
nach  Georg  Buchners  lustspiel 
Leonce  und  Lena,  von  Theodor  Gins- 
ter,  musik  von  Hans  Simon,  op.  7. 
Klavierauszug.  Berlin,  Kommis- 
sionsverlag  Raabe  &  Plothow, 
musikalienhandlung  ( Breitkopf  & 
Hartel)  [1930]  348  p.  fol.  © 
Dec.  29,  1930;  1  c.  Jan.  12,  1931; 
D  pub.  27990;  Breitkopf  &  Hartel, 
Berlin.  2581 

Varia ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  B.  Mar- 
connier.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10292 ;  Byrne  Marconnier, 
343  E.  50th  St.,  New  York.         2582 

Vengeance  (The)  of  God;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  J.  Weldon.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  10328;  Hugh  J. 
Weldon,  P.  O.  Box  322,  Santa  Bar- 
bara, Calif.  2583 


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2584 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Victor  Herbert ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Ettie  Dowling.  Episode  no.  1.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  31,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10012 ; 
Famous  artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New 
York.  2584 

Episode  no.  2.     ©  1  c.  Mar. 

31,  1931;  D  unpub.  10158;  Famous 
artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New  York. 

2585 

Episode   no.   3-5.     ©    1   c. 

each  Apr.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10140- 
10142 ;  Famous  artists  of  the  air, 
inc.,  New  York.  2586-2588 

Viennese  nights ;  no.  3-5,  a  series  of 
radio  sketches,  by  William  Fort. 
©  1  c.  each  Apr.  15,  3931;  D  unpub. 
10143-10145;  Famous  artists  of  the 
air,  inc.,  New  York.  2589-2591 

Virtue  triumphant.  See  Sunshine  and 
shadow. 

Voocloo'd;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  K. 
Perkins.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10272;  Kenneth  Perkins,  23 
Hooper  Ave.,  Atlantic  Highlands, 
N.  J.  2592 

Wandering  men ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
S.  J.  Park.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10184;  Samuel  John  Park 
and  Roy  Walling,  156  W.  44th  St., 
New  York.  2593 

Wars  end;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  J. 
Coll.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10267;  Charles  J.  Coll,  111  Stockton 
Ave.,  Uniontown,  Pa.  2594 

Washington;  drame  [en  4  actes  en 
vers]  Paris,  Eugene  Figuiere,  edi- 
teur  [1931]  5  p.  1.,  13-199,  [11  p. 
12mo.  ©  Mar.  3,  1931 ;  1  c.  Apr.  17  ; 
D  pub.  10238 ;  Louis  Ferrier,  23  Ave. 
Jean-Juares,  Montdidier  (Somme) 
France.  2595 

Watch  your  step ;  a  nrystery  farce  in  3 
acts,  by  George  M.  Savage,  jr.  and 
Edouard  H.  Peltret.  Acting  ed.  Di- 
rector's manuscript,  including  pro- 
duction notes  and  directions  by  Wm. 
M.  Sloane,  3d.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10220;  Longmans,  Green 
and  co.,  New  York.  2596 

Way  down  in  East  Lynne ;  a  sketch, 
by  Edward  Mabley.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10313;  Duncan- 
Mabley,  inc.,  Cleveland.  2597 

Way  (The)  men  are;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  Erskine  and  F.  Oursler.  Rev. 
version.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10324;  Fulton  Oursler,  217 
W.  70th  St.,  and  John  Erskine,  49 
E.  52d  St.,  New  York.  2598 


Were  all  nations  meet :;  a  play,  by  J. 
Horwath.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D. 
unpub.  10314 ;  Joseph  Horwath,  6407 
Sheridan  Ave.,  Detroit.  2599 

What  a  life ;  or,  Johnny  at  your  serv- 
ice, a  musical  extravaganza  in  3 
acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  C.  Seiler. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10167;  Conrad  Seiler,  2522 
Glen  Green,  Hollywood,  Calif.     2600 

What  do  we  men  know  of  innocence; 
a  play  in  5  acts,  by  Russell  Andrew 
Morehouse.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10200 ;  Russell  A.  Morehouse, 
Route  no.  1,  Box  80,  Edmonds, 
Wash.  2601 

What  has  man  wrought !  a  play  in  3 
acts,  prologue  and  epilogue,  by  Leon 
I.  Leon  [pseud,  of  I.  Leon]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10191;  Isi- 
dore Leon,  433  W.  34th  St.,  New 
York.  2602 

What  priests  never  tell ;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  Will  W.  Whalen.  Orr- 
tanna,  Pa.  [1931]  53  p.  12mo, 
©  Mar.  28.  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  7 ;  D  pub. 
660 ;  White  squaw  press,  Orrtanna, 
Pa.  2603 

What  some  women  do  ;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  J.  L.  Marvin.  ©  1  e.  Apr.  6,. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10007;  Jessie  L. 
Marvin,  875  W.  180th  St.,  New 
York.  2604 

White  orchids ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Rudolph  Lothar,  adaptation 
by  L.  B.  Barratt  and  Helena  Smith 
Dayton.  ©  1  c.  April  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10265;  Louise  Bascom  Bar- 
ratt, 15  W.  67th  St.,  New  York. 

2605 

Wicked  (The)  woman;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  Resler.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9948;  Marita  Ros- 
ier, 602  W.  190th  St.,  New  York. 

2606 

Widow  (The)  in  the  bye  street;  a 
half-hour  radio  dramatization,  by 
C.  G.  Barlow,  suggested  by  the 
poem  of  the  same  title,  by  John 
Masefield.  (The  poet's  theatre  of 
the  air)  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27.  1931;  D 
unpub.  103101;  Claudius  Gibson  Bar- 
low,  619   Winthrop   St.,   Toledo. 

2607 

Wife  (The)  of  the  party;  or,  Too 
many  husbands,  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  P.  Worth.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9979 ;  Peggy  Worth,  339  E. 
58th   St.,   New  York.  2608 

Wild  (A)  rose;  a  1-act  play,  by  E.  T. 
Yarnell.      ©    1    c.    Apr.    1,    1931;    D 


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no.  4,  1931 


2626 


unpub.  10175 ;  Ellis  Thomas  Yarnell, 
1200  Esplanade,  Redondo  Beach, 
Calif.  2609 

With  open  eyes;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Malach. 

3  )\x  N&KTn  ;]W"i8  r:rsx  o*»b 

©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10037 ; 
Leib  Malach,  175  E.  Broadway,  New 
York.  2610 

Woman  (A)  laughs;  a  radio  play,  by 
James  Griffin  Jay.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10299  ;  Crosley  radio 
Corp.,  Cincinnati.  2611 

Woman  (A)  of  convenience;  a  play 
in  a  prologue  and  3  acts,  by  C.  H. 
O'Donnell.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10100;  Charles  M.  O'Don- 
nell. ioi  W.  85th  St.,  New  York. 

2612 

Woman's  will,  God's  will ;  a  play,  in 
3  acts,  by  Stephen  Major  [pseud,  of 
Maurice  Lany]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  9955;  Nicholas  Lany,  33- 
42  89th  St..  Jackson  HeigTits,  New 
York.  2613 

Women  are  like  that ;  a  play,  by  S.  C. 
Mortimer.  ©1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10306;  Samuel  Charles  Mor- 
timer, c/o  Dr.  H.  Cohen,  105  W. 
176th  St.,  New  York.  2614 

Women  will ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  H. 
Warwick.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  9973;  Henry  Warwick,  435 
Fort  Washington  Ave.,  New  York. 

2615 

Wooden  (The)  soldier ;  a  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  A.  Carr.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  30.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10108 ; 
Alexander  Carr,  c/o  Hotel  Edison. 
228  W.  47th  St.,  New  York.       2616 

World  (The)  of  light;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Huxley.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10094;  Aldous  Hux- 
ley, La  Gorguette,  Sanary  (Var) 
France.  2617 

Yellow  (The)  peril;  a  radio  play,  by 
Don  Becker.     ©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931; 


D  unpub.  10300;  Crosley  radio  corp., 
Cincinnati.  2618 

Yo  ho,   my   lads,   yo   ho!      See  Dixie 
•  circus. 

Yo  yo  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  Carneal.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10224;  Georgette  Carneal, 
44  Gramercy  Park  N.,  New  York. 

2619 

Yoke ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J.  E. 
Miller.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10275;  Jacob  Edward  Miller, 
41  Martha  PL,  Passaic,  N.  J.      2620 

You  can — if  you  will ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  John  Jacob  Irving  [pseud, 
of  I.  Jacobson]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10311 ;  Irving  Jacob- 
son,  3651  Pine  Grove  Ave.,  Chicago. 

2621 

You  said  it ;  a  musical  comedy,  book 
by  Jack  Yellen  [i.  e.  J.  Yellen]  and 
Sid  Silvers  [i.  e.  S.  Silvers]  lyrics 
by  Jack  Yellen,  music  by  Harold 
Arlen.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  9953;  Jacob  Yellen,  237 
Linwood  Ave.,  Buffalo,  and  Sidney 
Silvers,  110  W.  48th  St.,  New  York. 

2622 

Your's,  mine,  and  ours;  a  comedy- 
drama  in  a  prologue  and  3  acts, 
by  Roby  Pine  [pseud,  of  R.  Danen- 
baum]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10217 ;  Ruby  Danenbaum,  47 
W.   88th    St.,    New  York.  2623 

Youth,  wealth  and  life ;  a  comedy  in 
3  parts,  by  M.  A.  Kronberg.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  10335; 
Meyer  Arnold  Kronberg,  403  New 
Lots  Ave.,  Brooklyn.  2624 

Zombie ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  K.  Webb. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  9998 ; 
Kenneth  Webb,  130  W.  44th  St.,  New 
York.  2625 

20  (The)  mule  teamsters'  songfest. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

49th  (The)  state;  a  play  in  2  acts, 
by  A.  D.  Spines.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  9978;  Annabell  D. 
Spines,  1521  W.  Kilbourn  Ave., 
Milwaukee.  2626 


Number  of  entries  included  in  part  1,  group  3,  of  the  catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931 : 

Glass   D,   Dramatic   compositions    (including   1,789  unpublished   and 

other  1-copy  entries) 2,003 

Class  D,  Dramatico-musical  compositions    (including  68  unpublished 

and  other  1-copy  entries) 106 

Total 2,109 

139 


TITLES  OF  DRAMAS  OF  WHICH  THE  SUBSISTING  COPYRIGHT  HAS 
BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
1909  [2626 

Jeanne  d'Arc ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by  M. 
V.  Samuels.  ©  Maurice  V.  Sam- 
uels, 1261  N.  Flores  St.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.,  as  the  author.  R  13276,  Feb. 
21,  1931.  1 


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CLASSES  L  AND  M 
MOTION  PICTURES 


Administering  the  life  insurance 
estate;  vol.  24.  (Educational  film 
service)  Reel.  ©  Apr.  8,  1931 ;  2  c. 
Apr.  27;  description  Apr.  14;  M 
2479 ;  Life  insurance  sales  research 
bureau,  Hartford.  2627 

Adventures  in  Africa.  See  African 
(An)    boma. 

African  (An)  boma;  no.  4692-3.  (No. 
2  of  Adventures  in  Africa)  ©  Apr. 
13.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr. 
22 ;  M  2467 ;  Vitaphone  Corp.,  New 
York.  2628 

African  (The)  dodger;  story  by  Tom 
Howard,  dialogue  staged  by  Max  E. 
Hayes,  directed  by  Mort  Blumen- 
stock.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  3,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Apr.  6 ;  L  2126 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2629 

All  for  the  band ;  story  by  Rube  Welch, 
directed  by  Howard  Bretherton. 
Reel.  ©  Apr.  3,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Apr.  6  ;  L  2127  ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  2630 

Any  little  girl  that's  a  nice  little  girl ; 
directed  by  Dave  Fleischer.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  16,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  17;  de- 
scription Apr.  21 ;  M  2455 ;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2631 

Apron  strings.     See  Virtuous  husband. 

Asbury  Park  (The)  murder  mystery; 
story,  adaptation  and  dialogue  by 
Russell  Matson,  directed  by  G.  C. 
Reid.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  21,  1930;  2  c. 
and  description  Apr.  7.  1931 ;  L  2132  ; 
George  Clifford  Reid,  New  York. 

2632 

Avalanche  (The)  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Average  husband ;  story  and  dialogue 
by  John  A.  Waldron,  Earle  Rodney, 
Vernon  Smith  and  Jack  Jevne,  di- 
rected by  Mack  Sennett.  2  reels.  © 
Sept.  7.  1930;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  6,  1931 ;  L  2122 ;  Mack  Sennett, 
inc.,   Studio  City,  Calif.  2633 


Bank  (A)  swindle;  story,  adaptation 
and  dialogue  by  Russell  Matson. 
Reel.  ©  Jan.  18,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription Apr.  27 ;  L  2167 ;  George 
Clifford  Reid,  New  York.  2634 

Bare  knees ;  story  by  David  Silver- 
stein,  directed  by  Harry  Fraser.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  8,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  1;  L  2114;  RKO- 
Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2635 

Beyond  victory ;  written  by  Horace 
Jackson  and  James  Gleason,  directed 
by  John  Robertson.  8  reels.  ©  Apr. 
12,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr. 
15 ;  L  2140 ;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2636 

Birth  of  words.  Reel.  ©  Mar..  23, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Mar.  27 ; 
M  2444 ;  Bensel  Smythe,  Los  Ange- 
les. 2637 

Bride's  (The)  mistake;  story  by  and 
dialogue  by  John  A.  Waldron.  Harry 
McCoy,  Ewart  Adamson,  Walter 
Weems  and  Jack  Jevne,  directed  by 
Earle  Rodney.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  1, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  7 ; 
L  2129;  Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio 
City,  Calif.  2638 

Bum  (The)  bandit;  directed  by  Dave 
Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  3,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  6 ;  M  2441 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2639 

Butter-in  (A)  yeggman ;  screen  play 
by  George  Plympton,  story  by  and 
directed  by  Henry  Lehrman.  2 
reels.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931;  2  c.  Apr. 
14 ;  description  Apr.  25 ;  L  2174 ; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

2640 

Castaway  (The)  ;  (Mickey  Mouse  car- 
toon, no.  12)  Reel.  ©  Apr.  23, 
1931;  2  c.  Apr.  24;  description  Apr. 
25;  M  2471;  Walt  Disney  produc- 
tions, ltd.,  Hollywood,  Calif.       2641 

Chasing  trouble ;  story  by  and  directed 
by  Fred  Guiol.  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  26, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  30 ; 
L  2182;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2642 


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2643 


pt.  i,  n.  s,,  v.  4 


Chumps  (The)  ;  adapted  from  the 
story  Sweet  and  lowdown  by  Ron- 
ald Millar,  directed  by  Mack  Sen- 
nett.  2  reels.  ©  July  6,  1930 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  L 
2121;  Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio 
City,  Calif.  2643 

Cinderella  blues;  by  John  Foster  and 
Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  12, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  16 ; 
L  2144;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2644 

City  streets ;  story  by  Dashiell  Ham- 
mett,  screen  play  by  Oliver  H.  P. 
Garrett,  directed  by  Rouben  Mam- 
oulian.  9  reels.  ©  Apr.  16,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  description  Apr.  21 ; 
L  2156;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  2645 

Clinching  a  sale;  story  by  J.  P.  Mur- 
ray, Barry  Trivers  and  Ben  Oakland, 
directed  by  Ray  Coztne.  Reel.  © 
Apr.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  21;  L  2157;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  2646 

College  capers ;  by  John  Foster  and 
Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  15, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  1 ; 
L  2112;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2647 

Crashing  Hollywood ;  story  by  Ernest 
Pagano  and  Jack  Townley,  directed 
by  Wm.  Goodrich.  2  reels.  ©  Apr. 
5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr. 
22;  L  2161;  Educational  film  ex- 
changes, inc.,  New  York.  2648 

Crazy  compositions ;  written  and  di- 
rected by  Walton  Butterfield.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  10,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  17;  de- 
scription Apr.  14 ;  L  2145 ;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2649 

Cuckoo  (The)  murder  case.  (Flip  the 
frog  cartoon)  Reel.  ©  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ; 
M  2476 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp,,  New  York.  2650 

Curiosities;  C220.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  1, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Mar.  30 ;  description  Apr. 
16;  M  2451;  W.  A.  films,  inc.,  New 
York.  2651 

Death's  chariot.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Developing  the  new  customer — selling 
the  brand  you  want  to  sell.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  16;  M  2452;  International 
display  co.,  Cleveland.  2652 


Devil  (The)  was  sick.  See  God's  gift 
to  women. 

Dishonored ;  screen  play  by  Daniel  N. 
Rubin,  story  by  and  directed  by  Josef 
von  Sternberg.  10  reels.  ©  Apr.  3, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  6 ; 
L  2125 ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  2653 

Divorce  a  la  carte;  story  by  Andrew 
Bennison  and  Henry  Johnson,  di- 
rected by  Charles  Lamont.  2  reels. 
©  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  2 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  4;  L  2119;  Universal  pic- 
tures corp.,  New  York.  2654 

Educational  film  service.  See  Adminis- 
tering the  life  insurance  estate. 

Ex-plumber ;  written  and  directed  by 
William  Goodrich,  continuity  and 
dialogue  by  Walter  Reed.  2  reels. 
©  Mar.  8,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  21;  L  2152;  Educational  film 
exchanges,  inc.,  New  York.  2655 

Ex-sweeties ;  story  and  dialogue  by 
John  A.  Waldron,  Earle  Rodney, 
Walter  Weems  and  Ewart  Adamson, 
directed  by  Marshall  Neilan.  2  reels. 
©  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  1 ;  L  2110 ;  Mack  Sennett,  inc., 
Studio  City,  Calif.  2656 

Fiddlesticks.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931 ; 
2,  c.  and  description  Apr.  24 ;  M  2470 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,   New  York.  2657 

Finger  (The)  points;  by  John  Monk 
Saunders  and  W.  R.  Burnett,  adap- 
tation by  Robert  Lord,  dialogue  by 
John  Monk  Saunders.  A  John  Fran- 
cis Dillon  production.  9  reels.  © 
Apr.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  30 ;  L  2181 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  2658 

Fire  (The)  trap.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Fireman  (The)  ;  by  Walter  Lantz  and 
William  Nolan.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  2, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  4 ; 
M  2438 ;  Universal  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  2659 

Flip  the  frog  cartoon.  See  Cuckoo 
(The)  murder  case. — Village  (The) 
barber. 

Flying  fists.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  24;  M  2469; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2660 

Fowl  (A)  affair;  story  by  Barney  Mc- 
Gill,  dialogue  by  Walter  De  Leon, 
directed  by  Neal  Burns  and  Barney 


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2681 


McGill.  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  20,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  20;  L 
2150;  Educational  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  2661 

Freskmans  love ;  no.  1204-5.  2  reels. 
©  Apr.  13,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Apr.  22;  M  2466;  Vitaphone 
corp.,   New  York.  2662 

Frozen  face ;  story  by  and  directed  by 
Ralph  Ceder.  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  19, 
1981 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  22; ; 
L  2163;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
Corp.,  New  York.  2663 

Go  West,  big  boy ;  by  Frank  Moser 
and  Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  22, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  1 ; 
L  210S;  Terry,  Moser  &  Coffman, 
New  York.  2664 

God's  gift  to  women ;  by  Frederick 
Hazlitt  Brennan,  suggested  by  the 
play  The  Devil  was  sick,  by  Jane 
Hinton,  screen  play  and  dialogue  by 
Joseph  Jackson  and  Raymond  Grif- 
fith, directed  by  Michael  Curtis.  8 
reels.  ©  Apr.  14,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  15 ;  L  2138 ;  Warner 
bros.  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.     2665 

Good  pie  forever;  no.  1186.  Reel.  © 
Apr.  13,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  22;  M  2463;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  2666 

Gun  smoke;  story  by  Grover  Jones 
and  William  Slavens  McNutt,  di- 
rected by  Edward  Sloman.  7  reels. 
©  Apr.  10.  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  17;  de- 
scription Apr.  14;  L  2148;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    2667 

He  was  her  man;  written  and  di- 
rected by  Dudley  Murphy.  2  reels. 
©  Apr.  24,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Apr.  27 :  L  2176 ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  2668 

Heroes   of   the   flames ;    continuity   by 

George   Morgan,    Basil    Dickey    and 

George    H.    Plympton,    directed    by 

Robert  F.   Hill.     2   reels   each.      © 

Universal  pictures  Corp.,  New  York. 

2669-2672 

Chapter  3,  The  Fire  trap.    ©  Apr.  1, 

1931;    2   c.    Mar.    30;    descrpitiou 

Apr.  2  ;  L  2116. 

Chapter  4,  Death's  chariot,  dialogue 
by  E.  O'Neill.  ©  Apr.  20,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  21;  L 
215S-. 

Chapter  5.  The  Avalanche,  dialogue 
by  E.  O'Neill.  ©  Apr.  20,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  20;  description  Apr.  21; 
L  2159. 


Chapter  6,  The  Jaws  of  death.  © 
Apr.  23,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  24;  de- 
scription Apr.  25;  L  2165. 

His  error;  directed  by  Stephen  Rob- 
erts. 2  reels.  ©  Sept.  14,  1930; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  2,  1931 ; 
L  2117 ;  Educational  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  2673 

Hodge-podge ;  no.  2739,  Speed  up. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  30,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  4 ;  M  2437 ;  Lyman 
H.  Howe  films  co.,  inc.,  Wilkes- 
Bar  re,  Pa.  2674 

Honeymoon   land.     Reel.      ©   Feb.    1, 

1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ; 
L  2169 ;  Brown  Nagel  productions, 
Hollywood,    Calif.  2675 

Hudson  (The)  and  its  moods;  story 
by  Walter  Glen  Springer,  directed 
by  Howard  Bretherton.  Reel.  © 
Apr.  10.  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  14 ;  L  2147 ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  2676 

Humanettes ;  no.  9,  from  the  original 
creation  of  Bert  Levy,  staged  and 
directed  by  Leigh  Jason,  dialogue 
by  Harold  Tarshis.  and  Charles  Sax- 
ton.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  15, 1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  21;  L  2154;  RKO 
radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    2677 

In  conference ;  directed  by  Eddie  Cline. 
2  reels.  ©  Apr.  21,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  22;  L  2162;  Mack 
Sennett,  inc.,   Studio  City,  Calif. 

2678 

Iron  man  ;  story  by  William  R.  Bur- 
nett, screen  play  and  dialogue  by 
Francis  Edwards  Faragoh,  directed 
by  Tod  Browning.  8  reels.  ©  Apr. 
11,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  11 ;  description 
Apr.  13  ;  L  2135 ;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2679 

Jaws  (The)  of  death.  See  Heroes  of 
the  flames. 

Just  a  bear ;  story  and  dialogue  by 
John  A.  Waldron,  Harry  McCoy, 
Walter  Weems,  Ewart  Adamson  and 
Earie  Rodney,  directed  by  Babe 
Stafford.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  29,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  14 ;  L  2137 ; 
Mack  Sennett,  inc.,  Studio  City, 
Calif.  2680 

Just  for  a  song;  scenario  and  direc- 
tion by  W.  Gareth  Gundry.  6  reels. 
©  Feb.  20.  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Apr.  6 ;  L  2124 ;  Sono  art  world 
wide  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    2681 


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2682 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Laugh  and  get  rich;  story  by  Douglas 
MacLean,  screen  play  by  and  di- 
rected by  Gregory  La  Cava.  8  reels. 
©  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion Apr.  21 ;  L  2155 ;  R  K  O  radio 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  2682 

Laughing  gravy;  directed  by  James 
W.  Home.  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  16, 
1931 ;  2  e.  and  description  Apr.  16 ; 
L  2141 ;  Metro-Goldwin-Mayer  dis- 
tributing Corp.,  New  York.  2683 

Let's  play;  story  by  Francis  J.  Mar- 
tin and  James  Mulhauser,  directed 
by  Stephen  Roberts.  2  reels.  © 
Apr.  7  ,1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  9 ;  description 
Apr.  8 ;  L  2133 ;  Universal  pictures 
Corp.,  New  York.  2684 

Lime  juice  nights ;  dialogue  and  con- 
tinuity by  Johnnie  Grey,  story  and 
direction  by  Lenro  R.  Foster.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  22,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  28;  L  2178;  Stand- 
ard cinema  Corp.,  New  York.     2685 

Love  (The)  bargain;  story  by  Flor- 
ence Ryerson  and  Colin  Clements, 
directed  by  Arvid  E.  Gillstrom.  2 
reels.  ©  Jan.  11,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  15;  L  2139;  Educa- 
tional film  exchanges,  inc.,  New 
York.  2686 

Mad  melody ;  by  John  Foster  and  Man- 
nie  Davis.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  26,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  28 ;  M 
2481;  RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  2687 

Male  (The)  man;  directed  by  Dave 
Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ;  M 
2475 ;  Paramount  publix  corp.,  New 
York.  2688 

Maskee.     See  Shipmates. 

Mickey  Mouse  cartoon.  See  Cast- 
away (The) — Moose  (The)  hunt. 

Misbehaving  ladies;  from  the  story 
Once  there  was  a  princess  by  Juliet 
Wilbor  Tompkins,  screen  version  by 
Julien  Josephson,  directed  by  Wil- 
liam Beaudine.  8  reels.  ©  Apr.  2, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  7 ; 
L  2128 ;  First  national  pictures,  inc., 
New  York.  2689 

Moose  (The)  hunt.  (No.  13  of  Mickey 
Mouse)  Reel.  Apr.  30,  1931;  2  c. 
May  15 ;  description  May  16 ;  M 
2524;  Walt  Disney  productions,  ltd., 
Hollywood,    Calif.  2690 

Mother  Goose  melodies.  (Silly  sym- 
phony cartoon,  no.  17).  Reel.  © 
Apr.  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  24 ;  descrip- 


tion Apr.  25 ;  M  2472 ;  Walt  Disney 
productions,   ltd.,   Hollywood,    Calif. 

2:691 

Night  club  revels ;  no.  1193.  Reel.  © 
Apr.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  22 ;  M  2464 ;  Vitaphone  corp., 
New  York.  2692 

No  privacy;  story  by  Francis  J.  Mar- 
tin and  James  Mulhauser,  continu- 
ity by  Henry  R.  Symonds,  directed 
by  Harry  Edwards,  2  reels.  ©  Apr. 
2,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  2;  description 
Apr.  4 ;  L  2120 ;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2693 

Old  hokum  bucket.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  29, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  1 ;  L 
2111 ;  RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  2694 

Once  there  was  a  princess.  '  See  Mis- 
behaving ladies. 

One  of  the  Smiths ;  dialogue  by  H.  M. 
Walker,  directed  by  James  Parrott. 
3  reels.  ©  Apr.  20,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  20;  L  2151;  Metro- 
Goldwin-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  2695 

Open  house ;  story  by  and  directed  by 
Harry  Fraser.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  22, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  16 ; 
L  2142;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
Corp.,  New  York.  2696 

Organ  tone.  ©  title,  description  and 
3  prints  reed.  Apr.  17.  1931;  M. 
2453;  William  M.  Hissner,  Lebanon, 
Pa.  2697 

Our  wife;  dialogue  by  H.  M.  Walker, 
directed  by  James  W.  Home.  2 
reels.  ©  Apr.  27,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  27 ;  L  2171 ;  Metro- 
Goldwin-Mayer  distributing  Corp., 
New  York.  2698 

Paramount  pictorial;  no.  8.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  24,  1931 ;  2  c  and  descrip- 
tion Apr.  27;  M  2474;  Paramount 
publix  Corp.,  New  York.  2699 

Paramount    sound    news ;    no.    61-70. 

1  reel  each.  ©  Feb.  28,  Mar.  4,  7, 
11,  14,  18,  21,  25,  28,  Apr.  1.   1931; 

2  c.  and  description  each  Apr.  28; 
M  2484-2493;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  2700-2709 

Parents  wanted;  story  by  Margaret 
Echard,  directed  by  Fred  Guiol.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  15,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  21;  L  2153;  RKO- 
Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2710 


144 


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no.  4,  1931 


2735 


Pathe  audio  review;  no.  9,  by  Court- 
land  Smith.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  22,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  16;  M 
2449;  RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  2711 

Pathe  news ;  by  Courtland  Smith.  1 
reel  each.  ©  Pathe  news,  inc.,  New 
York.  2712-2720 

No.  28.     ©  Mar.  25,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  2 ;  M  2435. 
No.    29-31.     ©   Mar.    28,    Apr.    1,   4, 

1931 ;   2   c.    and  description   each. 

Apr.  15 ;  M  2445-2447. 
No.  32.     ©  Apr.  8,   1931;   2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  16;  M  2450. 
No.  33.     ©  Apr.  11.  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  21 ;  M  2459. 
No.  34.     ©  Apr.  15,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  23;  M  2468. 
No.  35.     ©  Apr.  18,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  28;  M  2480. 
No.  36.     ©  Apr.  22,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  Apr.  30;  M  2494. 

Philadelphia  (The)  Lancaster  counter- 
feiters ;  story,  adaptation  and  dia- 
logue by  Russel  Matson,  directed  by 
G.  C.  Reid.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  1,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  7 ;  L  2130 ; 
George  Clifford  Reid,  New  York. 

2721 

Putting  generalship  into  salesmanship 
for  1931;  film  no.  146,  by  Raymond 
J."  Faller.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931; 
2  c.  and  descriDtion  Apr.  27 ;  M 
2478 ;  Willys-Overland,  inc.,  Toledo. 

2722 

Quack,  quack;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  8,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ;  L  2168  ; 
Terry,  Moser  &  Coffman.  New  York. 

2723 

Rambling  reporter.  See  Streets  (The) 
of  Cairo. 

Razzberries ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  8,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  1 ;  L  2109 ; 
Audio  cinema,  inc.,  Long  Island 
City,  N.  Y.  2724 

Rough-house  rhythm ;  story  by  and  di- 
rected by  Harry  Sweet.  2  reels.  © 
Mar.  5.  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  1;  L  2113;  RKO-Pathe  dis- 
tributing Corp.,  New  York.  2725 

Sax  appeal;  no.  1185.     Reel.     ©  Apr. 

13,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr. 

22;   M  2462;   Vitaphone  corp.,  New 

York.  2726 


Scared  stiff;  story  by  Nick  Barrows 
and  Sidney  Levee,  directed  by  Harry 
J.  Edwards.  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  23, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  24 ;  description  Apr. 
25  ;  L  2166 ;  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  2727 

Scenic  of  Algiers ;  no.  1181.  Reel.  © 
Apr.  13,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  22;  M  2461;  Vitaphone  Corp., 
New  York.  2728 

Secret  (The)  six;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Frances  Marion,  directed  by 
George  Hill.  9  reels.  ©  Apr.  22, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  22 ; 
L  2160;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  2729 

Seed ;  from  the  novel  by  Charles  G. 
Norris,  screen  play  by  Gladys  Leh- 
man, directed  by  John  M.  Stahl.  11 
reels.  ©  Apr.  28,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  29 ;  L  2179 ;  Univer- 
sal pictures  corp.,  New  York.      2730 

Shipmates;  based  on  the  story  Maskee 
by  Ernest  Paynter,  adaptation  by 
Lou  Edelman  and  Delmar  Daves, 
continuity  by  Raymond  L.  Schrock 
and  Lieut.  Comdr.  Wead,  dialogue 
by  Malcolm  Stuart  Boylan  and  Del- 
mar  Daves.  8  reels.  ©  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ; 
L  2173 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  2731 

Shotgun  (A)  wedding;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  Walter  De  Leon  and  Neal 
Burns,  directed  by  William  Watson. 
2  reels.  ©  Apr.  19,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  27 ;  L  2170 ;  Educa- 
tional film  exchanges,  inc.,  New 
York.  2732 

Silly  symphony  cartoon.  See  Mother 
Goose  melodies. 

Skippy ;  by  Sam  Mintz  from  the  story 
by  Percy  Crosby,  screen  play  by 
Norman  McLeod  and  Joseph  L.  Man- 
kiewicz,  directed  by  Norman  Taurog. 
9  reels.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  27 ;  L  2177 ;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,   New  York. 

2733 

Sky  high  ;  no.  1200.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  13, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  22 ; 
M  2465 ;  Vitaphone  corp.,  New  York. 

2734 

Speed  (The)  limit.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  8, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  descriDtion  Apr.  15  ; 
M  2448  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  2735 


Speed  up.     See  Hodge-podge. 


58962—31- 


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2736 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Spinal  anesthesia.  ©  title  reed.  Mar. 
19,  1931 ;  description  reed.  Apr.  2 ; 
55  prints  reed.  Mar.  16;  M  2436; 
H.  A.  Metz  laboratories,  inc.,  New 
York.  2736 

Sportlight.     See  Tennis  topnotchers. 

Stepping  out ;  play  by  Elmer  Harris, 
dialogue  by  Elmer  Harris  and  Rob- 
ert E.  Hopkins,  directed  by  Charles 
F.  Riesner.  8  reels,  ©  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27 ; 
L  2172;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  2737 

Strange  as  it  seems;  no.  8,  by  John 
Hix.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  8,  1931;  2  c. 
Apr.  10 ;  description  Apr.  9  ;  L  2134 ; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

2738 

Streets  (The)  of  Cairo;  narrative  by 
Malcolm  La  Prade.  (Rambling  re- 
porter) Reel.  ©  Apr.  16,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  description  Apr.  22 ;  M 
2460 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New 
York.  2739 

Subway  express ;  from  the  play  by  Eva 
Kay  Flint  and  Martha  Madison, 
adaptation  and  dialogue  by  Earl 
Snell,  directed  by  Fred  Newmeyer. 
7  reels.  ©  Apr.  2,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  4;  L  2118;  Colum- 
bia pictures  corp.,  New  York.     2740 

Sunny  south.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  23,  1931 ; 
2  c.  Apr.  22 ;  description  Apr.  25 ; 
M  2473 ;  Universal  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  2741 

Svengali ;  based  on  the  novel  by 
George  Louis  Du  Maurier,  screen 
play  and  dialogue  by  J.  Grubb 
Alexander,  directed  by  Archie  Mayo. 
9  reels.  ©  Apr.  29,  1931 ;  2  c  and 
description  Apr.  30 ;  L  2180 ;  Warner 
bros.  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.     2742 

Swanee  River;  story,  continuity  and 
dialogue  by  Barbara  Chambers,  di- 
rected by  Raymond  Cannon.  6  reels. 
©  Feb.  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  6 ;  L  2123 ;  Sono  art  world  wide 
pictures,  inc.,  New  York.  2743 

Sweet  and  lowdown.  See  Chump 
(The) 

Swim  or  sink.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  22, 1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  1 ;  M  2433  ; 
RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New 
York.  2744 

Swiss  movements ;  by  Ben  Harrison 
and  Manny  Gould.     Reel.     ©  Apr. 


10,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  17;  description 
Apr.  16 ;  M  2454 ;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  2745 

Symphony  (A)  in  two  flats;  from  the 
play  by  Ivor  Novello,  scenario  and 
direction  by  V.  Gareth  Gundrey.  © 
Apr.  13,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  13;  L  2136;  Sono  art  world 
wide   pictures,    inc.,    New    York. 

274ft 

Taxi ;  story  by  H.  Del  Ruth  and  Frank 
Griflin,  directed  by  Frank  C.  Griffin. 
2  reels,  ©  Apr.  10,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr. 
17;  description  Apr.  14;  L  2146; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

2747 

Tennis       topnotchers.  (Sportlight) 

Reel.  ©  Apr.  5,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  21;  M  2458;  RKO- 
Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2748 

Texas  (The)  ranger;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  Forrest  Sheldon,  directed 
by  Ross  Lederman.  6  reels.  © 
Apr.  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  17 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  18;  L  2149;  Columbia 
pictures  corp.,  New  York.  2749 

Three  wise  clucks ;  story  by  L.  V. 
Jefferson,  directed  by  Wallace  Fox. 
2  reels.  ©  Apr.  12,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  23;  L  2164;  RKO- 
Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New  York. 

2750 

Tigers  of  the  deep;  produced  by  Jack 
Eaton.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  2,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  Apr.  1;  M  2434; 
RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New 
York.  2751 

Tune  (The)  detective;  story  by  Rube 
Welch  and  Dr.  Sigmund  Spaeth, 
directed  by  Mort  Blumenstock. 
Reel.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  27 ;  L  2175 ;  Para- 
mount publix   corp.,   New   York. 

2752 

Twisted  tales;  story  by  Frank  C. 
Griffin,  directed  by  Wallace  Fox.  2 
reels.  ©  Mar.  29,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  Apr.  16;  L  2143;  RKO- 
Pathe  distributing  Corp.,  New  York. 

2753 

Universal  newspaper  newsreel.  1 
reel  each.  ©  Universal  film  ex- 
changes, inc.,  New  York.      2754-2761 

No.  15,  16.  ©  Feb.  17,  20,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  Apr.  4 ;  description  each  Apr. 
2  ;  M  2439,  2440. 


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2764 


No.  17,  18.  ©  Feb.  24,  27,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  Apr.  10 ;  description  each 
Apr.  9 ;  M  2442,  2443. 

No.  19,  20.  ©  Apr.  14,  1931;  2  c. 
each  Apr.  21 ;  description  each 
Apr.  16 ;  M  2456,  2457. 

No.  21,  22.  ©  Mar.  10,  13,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  Apr.  27;  description  each 
Apr.  24 ;  M  2482,  2483. 

Village  (The)  barber.  (Flip  the  frog 
cartoon)  Reel.  ©  Apr.  27,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  Apr.  27;  M 
2477 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing Corp.,  New  York.  2762 


Virtuous  (The)  husband;  from  the 
play  Apron  strings  by  Dorrance 
Davis,  screen  play  by  Dale  Van 
Every,  adaptation  by  Edward  Luddy 
and  C.  Jerome  Horwin,  dialogue  by 
Fred  Niblo,  jr.,  directed  by  Vin 
Moore.  8  reels.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  2 
c.  and  description  Apr.  2;  L  2115; 
Universal  pictures  Corp.,  New  York. 

2763 

Wilkins  (The)  murder  mystery;  di- 
rected by  G.  C.  Reid.  Reel.  © 
Dec.  7,  1930;  2  c.  and  description 
Apr.  7,  1931;  L  2131;  George 
Clifford  Reid,   New  York.  2764 


Number  of  entries  in  classes  L  and  M   included  in  the  catalogue   since 
Jan.  1,  1931: 

Motion-picture  photoplays 337 

Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays 318 

Total 655 

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CLASS  D 
DRAMATIC   COMPOSITIONS 


A  ver  que  hace  un  hombre!  and  Por 
las  nubes ;  [por]  Jacinto  Benavente 
[i.  e.  Jacinto  Benavente  y  Martinez] 
Authorized  edition,  edited  with  in- 
troduction, notes,  exercises,  and  vo- 
cabulary, by  Henry  M.  Martin. 
New  York  &  London  [1931]  xxxiii, 
154  p.  inch  front,  (port.,  facsim) 
12mo.  ©  Apr.  3,  1931;  2  c.  and 
aff.  Apr.  6;  A  36354;  Century  co., 
New  York.  2764* 

Abandoned  (An)  woman;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  A.  Matthews.  ©  1  c. 
May  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10647 ;  Ade- 
laide Matthews,  Hotel  Wellington 
7th  Ave.  &  55th  St.,  New  York. 

2765 

Across  the  line;  a  musical  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  S.  Easton. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  May  26,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10735;  Sidney  Easton,  3319 
109th  St.,  Corona,  N.  Y.  2766 

Advance  guard  mystery;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  Margery  Williams.  May 
8,  1931.  The  green  eye  of  Confu- 
cius. ©  1  c.  May  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10753 ;  Radio  showmen,  inc.,  Chi- 
cago. 2767 

May  15,   1931.     Hollywood 

outpost.  ©  1  c.  May  26,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10752 ;  Radio  showmen,  inc., 
Chicago.  2768 

Adventure  (An)  at  the  Gables;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  by  D.  S.  Vaughan.  ©  1  c. 
May  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10739 ;  Doro- 
thy S.  Vaughan,  41  Morris  St.,  Yon- 
kers,  N.  Y.  2769 

Adventures  (The)  of  Detectives  Black 
&  Blue ;  a  series  of  radio  sketches, 
by  Harry  A.  Earnshaw.  Episodes 
21-60.  ©  1  c.  each  May  4,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10417,  10418 ;  Earnshaw- 
Young,  inc.,  Los  Angeles.    2770,  2771 

Episodes  nos.  61-80.     ©  1  c. 

May  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  10717; 
Earnshaw- Young,  inc.,  Los  Angeles. 

2772 

Adventures  (The)  of  Peck's  bad  boy; 
nos.  1-6,  a  radio-comedy  serial  in  78 
parts,  dramatized  from  Peck's  bad 
boy  and  his  Pa,  by  George  W.  Peck, 


thru  special  arrangement  with  the 
copyright  owners  of  the  original 
tales,  by  Oliver  King.  ©  1  c.  May 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10683;  Oliver 
King,  616  Madison  St.,  Hotel  Knick- 
erbocker,  Seattle,  Wash.  2773 

Aim  to  please  Restaurant;  a  vaude- 
ville skit,  by  C.  McNally.     ©  1  c. 

.  May  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10733; 
Charles  McNally,  %  H.  H.  Altman, 
1576  Broadway,  New  York.         2774 

Air  dogs ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  H.  C. 
Hickman.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10553 ;  Howard  C.  Hickman, 
403  20th  St.,  Santa  Monica,  Calif. 

2775 

Airing  the  after  dinner  speeches  of 
Senator  Ford ;  by  Senator  Ford 
[pseud,  of  E.  H.  Fauth]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10364;  Ed- 
ward Hastings  Fauth,  Southold, 
N.  Y.  2776 

Aladdin  and  the  wonderful  lamp;  a 
dramatization  in  7  scenes,  from  The 
thousand  and  one  nights,  by  Eliza- 
beth Brown  Dooley.  New  York 
city,  Los  Angeles  [1931]  56  p. 
12mo.  (The  Junior  league  plays) 
©  May  19,  1931;  2  c.  May  27;  D 
pub.  723;  Samuel  French,  New  York. 

2777 

Alerte  (Une)     See  Theatre. 

Alice  in  Question  Land ;  a  1-act  musi- 
cal skit,  text  by  A.  Remsen  and  J. 
Deme,  music  by  A.  Remsen.  ©  1  c. 
May  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  28034; 
Alice  Remsen  and  Jeanne  Deme,  229 
W.  46th   St.,  New  York.  277S 

All  is  quiet  on  the  Eastern  front;  a 
play,  by  C.  J.  Stine.  ©  1  c.  May 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10703;  Charles 
Jacob  Stine,  2910  Butler  St.,  East 
Elmhurst,    Corona,   L.   I.,   N.  Y. 

2779 

Always  young ;  a  musical  play,  in  2 
acts,  by  O.  Hammerstein,  2d.  and  F. 
Mandel.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.    10561 ;    Oscar   Hammerstein 


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2780 


pt  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Always  young — Continued. 

2d,  1067  5th  Ave.,  and  Frank  Man- 
del,  234  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

2780 

America  hurrah ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  bv 
L.  Nadon.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10473;  Leo  Nadon,  1.  W. 
95th  St.,  New  York.  2781 

America's  greatest  actress ;  a  4-act 
tragedy,  by  J.  Montague.  ©  1  c. 
May  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10663 ;  John 
Montague,  Hotel  Dixie  W.  42d  St., 
New  York.  2782 

And  thereafter ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C. 
Willson.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10381;  Corwin  Willson,  318 
Welch  Blvd.,  Flint,  Mich.  2783 

Anything  to  oblige ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  V.  Goetz.  ©  1  c.  Mav 
19,  1931;  D  unpub.  10650;  A.  Vin- 
cente  Goetz,  35  W.  84th  St.,  New 
York.  2784 

Apples  of  gold  in  pictures  of  silver ; 
a  masque-pageant  of  citrus  fruits, 
by  M.  E.  Sargent.  ©  Apr.  24,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  aff.  Apr.  29;  AA  67497; 
Margaret  E.  Sargent,  140  S.  Ver- 
mont Ave.,   Glendora,   Calif.       2785 

Arany6ra ;  mese  3  felvonas,  irta :  Szep 
Emo  [i.  e.  Erno  Szep]  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  10530;  Francis 
Revesz,  Budapest,  Hungary.       2786 

Arm  (The)  of  the  law;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  Owen  Davis.  ©  1  c.  Mav 
1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10374  Oscar  E. 
Wee,  156  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

2787 

Armed  for  the  conflict ;  a  play  in  2 
scenes,  by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c. 
May  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10447;  Jen- 
nie Clare  Lockhart.  3900  Adams  St.. 
Des  Moines.  2788 

Arrow  (The)  by  day;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Leonard  J.  Hines  and  Frank 
King.  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd: 
New  York,  Samuel  French,  inc.,  1931. 
23,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ([French's 
acting  ed.,  no.  328])  ©  Apr.  20, 
1931  ;   1   c.   May   11 ;   D   pub.   10522 ; 


Samuel  French,  ltd.,  London. 


rs9 


Artist  (The)  :  a  play  in  1  act,  by  H. 
Barton.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10629;  Henry  Barton,  Stand- 
ard Oil  Co.  of  N.  Y.,  Changsha, 
China.  2790 

As  husbands  go;  a  comedy  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  Rachel  Croth- 
ers.  New  York.  Los  Angeles,  Sam- 
uel French  ;  London,  Samuel  French, 


ltd.,  1931.  4  p.  1.,  3-158  p.  12mo. 
©  May  4,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  11 ;  D  pub. 
696;  Rachel  Crothers,  Redding, 
Conn.  2791 

As  you  like  it;  by  William  Shake- 
speare, edited  by  R.  Adelaide  With- 
am.  Boston.  New  York  [etc.]  1931. 
2  p.  1.,  124  p.  12mo.  (The  River- 
side literature  series)  ©  Mar.  16, 
1931;  2  c.  Mar.  30;  aff.  Apr.  10; 
A  36171:  Houghton  Mifflin  co.,  Bos- 
ton. 2791* 

Assemblee  (L')  des  femmes ;  comedie 
en  6  tableaux,  par  M.  Donnay,  vari- 
ations autour  des  themes  d'Aristo- 
phane.  (In  Les  CEuvres  libres,  no. 
117)  ©  Mar.  1,  1931;  1  c.  May  8; 
D  pub.  10536;  Maurice  Donnay.  7 
Rue  de  Florence,  Paris.  2792 

At  the  parting  of  the  ways ;  a  play 
in  %3  scenes,  by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  © 
1  c.  May  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10439; 
Jennie  Clare  Lockhart,  3900  Adams 
St.,  Des  Moines.  2793 

Attic  (The)  and  the  heirloom;  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  M.  L.  Hartman.  ©  1  c. 
May  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10607 ;  Mary 
Louise  Hartman,  805  Hawthorne  St., 
Fort  Worth,  Tex.  2794 

Aunt  Nina :  a  plav  in  3  acts,  by  C. 
Drake.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10619 ;  Carlos  Drake,  Private 
Office,  The  Blackstone,  Chicago. 

2795 

Autumn  crocus :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  L.  Anthony  [pseud,  of  D.  Smith] 
©  1  c.  May  2.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10477 ; 
Dodie  Smith,  11  Renklaf  House, 
Great  Barlow  St.,  London.  2796 

Bachelors  are  free:  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  Carroll.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10376  :  Michael  Car- 
roll. 303  W.  21st  St..  New  York. 

2797 

Back  home;  a  ghost  play  in  1  act,  by 
W.  M.  Sloane.  III.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10370:  William  Mil- 
iigan  Sloane,  III,  21  W.  8th  St., 
New  York.  2798 

Back  to  your  knitting  :  a  mystery  farce 
in  1  act,  by  Jules  Eckert  Goodman. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French.  inc. :  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd..  1931.  29,  [1]  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ([French's  international  ed., 
no.  696])  ©  Mar.  30,  1931;  2  c. 
May  15;  D  pub.  718;  Jules  Eckert 
Goodman,  Washington  St.,  Peekskill, 
N.   Y.  2799 


150 


DRAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  5, 1931 


2820 


"Bandita  (A)  ;  vigjatek  3  felvonasban, 
irta :  Kardos  Andor  [i.  e.  Andor 
KardosJ  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10529 ;  Frauds  Revesz,  Buda- 
pest, Hungary.  2S00 

JBanditen  iui  track;  komodie  in  3  ak- 
teu,  von  Fred  Heller  und  Adolf 
Schiitz.  Vienna,  1931.  2  p.,  1., 
144  p.  12mo.  Als  unverkaufliches 
biihnenmanuskript  vervielfaltigt.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10433 ; 
Theaterverlag  Otto  Eirich,  g.  m.  b. 
h.,  Vienna.  2801 

.Barbasol  continuities;  a  series  of  radio 
sketches,  by  Erie  Remington,  no.  1, 
Episode  no.  1-6.  ©  1  c.  May  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10630:  Barbasol  co., 
New  York.  2802 

-no.  3,  Episode  nos  9-12.     © 


1  c.  May  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10685 ; 
Barbasol  co.,  New  York.  2803 

no.  4,  .Episode  no.  13,  14.     © 


1  c.  May  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10734 
Barbasol  co.,  New  York.  2804 

Base-ball.     See  Can  you  imagine. 

Bataille  (La)  ;  piece  lyrique  en  3 
actes  et  9  tableaux,  livret  de  Claude 
Farrere  [pseud,  of  Charles  Bargone] 
musique  de  Andre  Gailhard.  Paris, 
1931.  51,  [1]  p.  12mo.  Text.  © 
Apr.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  23:  D  pub. 
10541 ;  Choudens,  Paris.  2805 

Partition     chant     et     piano 


reduite  par  l'auteur.  Paris  [1931] 
3  p.  1.,  173  p.  fol.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931 ; 
1  c.  Apr.  23;  D  pub.  28026;  Chou- 
dens,  Paris.  2806 

Bath-Sheba  ;  a  drama  in  4  acts,  by  I.  L. 
Lindheim.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10617 ;  Irma  L.  Lindheim,  333 
William  St.,  Norwalk,  Conn.       2807 

Baynesborough  poets ;  Episode  1,  a 
sketch,  by  R.  M.  Vietmeyer.  ©  1  c. 
May  1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10373;  Rose 
M.  Vietmeyer,  6327  Kimbark  Ave., 
Chicago.  2808 

JBeach  nut ;  a  1-reel  comedy,  by  H.  W. 
Conn.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10622;;  Harry  Wagner  Conn. 
New  York.  2809 

Beau  Lafitte ;  a  play  by  F.  A.  Rum- 
mer. ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10464  ;  Frederic  Arnold  Kummer,  no. 
2,  St.  Martin's  Rd.,  Baltimore.    2810 

JBedtime  stories.;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  Henrietta  C.  Barr.  Boston 
[1931]  13  p.  12mo.  ©  May  11, 
1931;  2  c.  May  14;  D  pub.  703; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      2811 


Beer  flat ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  D. 
Flynn.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931:  D 
unpub.  10474;  Edward  Dunn  Flynn, 
1100  Roscoe  St.,  Chicago.  2812 

Behind  the  screen ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Nathan  Brewster  Morse.  ©  1  c. 
May  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10627;  N. 
Brewster  Morse,  Post  Office  Box 
1212,  Hollywood,  Calif.  2813 

Beyond  morality ;  an  experiment,  by 
Jack  Regal.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  193]  ; 
D  unpub.  10644 ;  Delia  Young,  13562, 
Cedar  Grove,  Detroit.  2814 

Birth-control.     See  Roll-away. 

Birth  (The)  of  Moses;  a  drama,  by 
J.  S.  Stewart.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30',  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10642;  Jesse  S.  Stewart, 
903  Belmont  Ave.,  Tyrone,  Pa.    2815 

Black  (The)  sheep  of  Rexborough ;  a 
play  of  school  life  in  3  acts,  by 
Bertha  N.  Graham  and  Margaret 
Ironside,  adapted  from  The  myste- 
rious something  and  The  black 
sheep  of  St.  Michael's  by  Margaret 
Ironside.  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel  French, 
inc.,  1931.  91  p.  diagrs.  12mo. 
( [French's  plays  for  schoolgirls,  no. 
13] )  ©  Apr.  24.  1931 ;  1  c.  May  11 ; 
D  pub.  10520;  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
London.  2816 

Black  (The)  sheep  of  St.  Michael's. 
See  Black  (The)  sheep  of  Rexbor- 
ough. 

Black  vapor ;  a  drama  of  the  sea  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  W.  Chaplin.  ©  1  c.  May 
15,  1931;  D  unpub.  10593;  Alice 
Williams  Chaplin,  3  Rosemary  Lane, 
S.  Weymouth,  Mass.  2817 

Blair  Plate — builder ;  a  play  in  4 
scenes,  by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c. 
May  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10441;  Jen- 
nie Clare  Lockhart,  390O  Adams  St., 
Des  Moines.  2818 

Blaue  (Das)  heind  von  Ithaka ;  sena- 
rium  von  Lion  Feuchtwanger  und 
Carl  Roessler,  text  von  Carl  Roess- 
ler,  musik  von  Jnques  Offenbach, 
bearbeitet  von  Dr.  Ernst  Romer. 
Berlin  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  [3]-82  p. 
12mo.  Text.  ©  Feb.  13,  1931;  1  c. 
Mar.  27;  D  pub.  10426;  Arcadia- 
verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  2819 

Bob  and  Harriet ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
E.  Germo.  ©  1  c.  May  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10511 ;  Eleanor  Germo, 
1709  W.  8th  St.,  Los  Angeles.       2820 

Bon  (Un)  diner.     See  Theatre. 


151 


CATALOGUE   OF   GOPYEIGHT  ENTRIES 


2821 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Borghese  (II)  umanitario.  See  Sogno 
(Un) 

Bottom  (The)  of  the  cup ;  a  1-act  play, 
by  Lew  Barrington  Wallace.  [Sha- 
ron Center,  O.,  1931]  [16]  p.  8vo. 
©  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  2 ;  D  pub. 
676;  Lew  Barrington  Wallace, 
Sharon  Center,  O.  2821 

Brass  ankle;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  D. 
Heyward.  New  York,  Farrar  & 
Rinehart,  inc.  [1931]  6  p.  1.,  3-133 
p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  25,  1931;  2  c. 
Apr.  28 ;  D  pub.  678 ;  Du  Bose  Hey- 
ward, Hendersonville,  N.  C.        2822 

Brass  (The)  bandit;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Paul  Dickey.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  18,  [1]  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  9,  1931;  2  c. 
May  15 ;  D  pub.  706 ;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  2823 

Brass  wings ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Nathan  Brewster  Morse.  ©  1  c. 
May  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10626;  N. 
Brewster  Morse,  P.  O.  Box  1212, 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2824 

Breaking  (The)  of  the  divine  dawn; 
a  Christmas  pageant,  by  E.  G. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  May  14,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10563;  Esther  Grant  Brown, 
6033  Enright  St.,  St.  Louis.  2825 

Broad  (The)  land;  a  tragic-comedy  in 
5  acts,  by  Arthur  Schnitzler,  tr.  by 
William  Braun.  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10390;  Isaac  Paul,  25  W. 
43d  St.,  New  York.  2826 

Broadcastinettes ;  no.  1,  a  burlesque 
by  J.  D.  Brinkley.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10371;  Jack  D. 
Brinkley,  944  Asylum  Ave.,  Hart- 
ford. 2827 

Broken  (The)  necklace;  a  play,  by 
A.  F.  Gadeberg.  ©  1  c.  May  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10758;  Alice  F. 
Gadeberg,  Stony  Brook,  Long  Island, 
N.  Y.  2828 

Brummell ;  operette  en  3  actes  et  5 
tableaux,  de  Rip  [pseud,  of  Georges 
Thenon]  and  Robert  Dieudonne. 
Musique  de  Reynaldo  Hahn.  Paris, 
1931.  1  p.  1.,  9-238  p.  fol.  Vocal 
score.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  1  c.  Apr.  23  ; 
D  pub.  28025;  Francis  Salabert, 
Paris.  2829 

Buddies;  a  musical  comedy  of  the  A. 
E.  F.  in  2  acts,  book  by  Z.  V.  Butts, 
music  and  lyrics,  by  E.  E.  Prunier. 
©  1  c.  May  19,  1931;  D  unpub. 
28032 ;  Zeb  Vance  Butts,  318  Spencer 
Ave.,  New  Bern,  N.  C.  2830 


Bulls  and  belles  (The  Hasty  pudding 
club  of  Harvard  university  an- 
nounces as  its  Eighty-fifth  annual 
Spring  production  the  musical  com- 
edy) [book  and  music  by  F.  R. 
Flynn,  J.  M.  Castillo  and  R.  G. 
Luckey,  additional  numbers,  by  D. 
B.  Edmonston,  lyrics  by  F.  R.  Flynn 
and  H.  C.  Adamson]  Boston, 
Charles  W.  Homeyer  &  co.  [1931] 
7  p.  1.,  46,  [1]  p.  4to.  ©  Apr.  8, 
1931;  2  c.  Apr.  6;  D  pub.  28022; 
Hasty  pudding  club,  Harvard  uni- 
versity, Cambridge,  Mass.  2831 

By-pass  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Frank  Stayton.  ©  1  c.  May  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10655;  Arnold  G. 
Wolford,  Miramar  Aprs.,  Santa 
Monica,  Calif.  2832 

Cafe  (The)  of  the  Green  god;  a  play 
in  1  act,  by  R.  Stanley-Brown.  © 
1  c.  May  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10435; 
Rudolph  Stanley-Brown,  1837  Wil- 
ton  Rd.,   Cleveland   Heights,   O. 

2833 

Cain  and  Abel;  a  dramatization,  by 
R.  E.  Connely.  (Gospel  echoes)  © 
1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  10395; 
Robert  Emmett  Connely,  Box  696, 
St.  Joseph,  Mo.  2834 

Call  (The)  of  Abraham;  a  dramatiza- 
tion by  R.  E.  Connely.  (Gospel 
echoes)  ©  1  c.  Feb.  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10396;  Robert  Emmett  Con- 
nely, Box  696,  St.  Joseph,  Mo.    2835 

Camille  (The  Lady  of  the  Camellias)  ; 
a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Alexandre  Du- 
mas, fils,  tr.  by  Henriette  Metcalf. 
©  1  c.  May  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10588 ;  Civic  repertory  theatre,  inc., 
New  York.  2836 

Can  you  imagine ;  Serial  no.  1.  Base- 
ball, a  play  by  I.  H.  Garson.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10498 ;  Isaac 
H.  Garson,  5473  Santa  Monica  Blvd., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2837 

Captain  Apollo  in  the  port  that  never 
sleeps;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  P. 
Dickey.  ©  1  c.  May  13,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10595;  Paul  Dickey,  722  S. 
Wilton  PI.,  Los  Angeles.  2838 

Caught;  a  1-act  play,  by  E.  M.  Alger. 
©  1  c.  May  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10575;  Esther  M.  Alger,  2016  Cor- 
nell Rd.,  Cleveland.  2839 

Caviar  and  wine ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  G.  Gaskill.  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931; 
D    unpub.    10459;    Helen    Gertrude 


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no.  5,  1931 


2858 


Gaskill,  988   Memorial  Drive,  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.  2840 

Cecil  Samari ;  a  1-act  drama,  by  L.  B. 
Alexander.  ©  1  c.  May  18.  1931; 
D  unpub.  10624;  Lillian  Bentham 
Alexander,  457  High  St.,  Newark, 
N.  J.  2841 

Cette  vieille  canaille!  piece  in§dite  en 
3  actes,  de  Fernand  Nozi£re  [pseud, 
of  F.  Weyl]  (In  GEuvres  libres,  no. 
116)  ©  Feb.  1,  1931 ;  1  c.  May  8 ; 
D  pub.  10537;  Fernand  Weyl,  47 
Rue  Crevaux,  Paris.  2842 

Challenging  youth ;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  A.  Yates.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10693;  Arthur  Yates,  315 
E.  68th  St.,  New  York.  2S43 

Charis  [series]  ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Ruth  Borden,  no.  10.  ©  1  c.  May 
2,  1931;  D  unpub.  10389;  Charis 
corp.,  Allentown,  Pa.  2844 

■ no.  11.    ©  1  c.  May  6,  1931; 

D  unpub.  10452;  Charis  corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  2845 

no.  13.    ©  1  c.  May  28,  1931 ; 


D  unpub.  10783 ;  Charis  Corp.,  Allen- 
town,  Pa.  2846 

Charming  (The)  Pretender;  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  Charles  George. 
Boston  [1931]  144  p.  12mo.  © 
Apr.  2,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  6;  D  pub. 
680;   Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston. 

2847 

Cheat  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
L.  Landman.  ©  1  c.  May  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10508;  Michael  L.  Land- 
man, 285  Central  Park  W.,  New 
York.  2848 

Child  (The)  of  no-one;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  S.  Goldberg.  ©  1  c. 
May  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10769; 
Miriam  Selker  Goldberg,  443  Wright- 
wood  Ave.,  Chicago.  2849 

Children  of  peace ;  a  pageant  for  chil- 
dren and  young  people,  by  Marion 
C.  Anderson  [music  by  various  com- 
posers of  standard  hymns]  Los  An- 
geles, Calif.,  Pageant  publishers, 
1931.  17  p.  8vo.  ©  May  11,  1931 ; 
2  c.  May  18;  D  pub.  28029;  Lyman 
R.  Bayard,  214  Center  St.,  Hanford, 
Calif.  2850 

Chimmy  and  Hoiboit;  Episode  3,  4, 
series  of  sketches,  by  Theodore 
Mitchell  Prudden.  ©  1  c.  May  16, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10609 ;  Theodore  M. 
Prudden,  Jones  St.,  Hingham,  Mass. 

2851 


Christmas  (A)  miracle  play;  by  Doris 
Gundry.  New  York,  The  Womans 
press,  1931.  12  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr. 
.25,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  30;  D  pub.  713; 
National  board  of  the  Young  womens 
Christian  Associations  of  the  United 
States  of  America,  New  York.    2852 

Chug's  challenge;  [in  2  acts]  by  Em- 
ma. Mauritz  Larson.  New  York, 
The  Womans  press,  1931.  20  p. 
12mo.  ©  May  5,  1931;  2  c.  May 
8;  D  pub.  698;  National  board  of 
the  Young  Womens  Christian  asso- 
ciations of  the  U.  S.  A.,  New  York. 

2853 

Circus  money;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by 
W.  W.  Davis.  ©  1  c.  May  14,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10573 ;  William  W.  Davis, 
Tonkawa,  Okl.  2854 

Climbing  roses ;  an  original  parody  on 
Mother  Goose  verse,  compiled,  ar- 
ranged and  composed,  by  H.  F.  Mc- 
Call.  ©  1  c.  May  20,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 28031;  Helen  Frasier  McCall, 
4817   Xerxes   Ave.,    S.,   Minneapolis. 

2855 

Club  (The)  sisters,  Wood  and  Iron. 
no.  1,  a  sketch,  by  I.  McClurkin  and 
M.  MacDonald.  ©  1  c.  May  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10566;  Iva  McClur- 
kin, 6227  Woodlawn  and  Minta  Mac- 
Donald,  6144  Dorchester  Ave.,  Chi- 
cago. 2856 

Collected  (The)  works  of  Bernard 
Shaw ;  Ayot  St.  Lawrence  edition. 
Plays,  [v.]  8.  Plays  pleasant  and 
unpleasant.  2d  vol.  The  four  pleas- 
ant plays.  [New  York,  Wm.  H. 
Wise  &  company.  1931]  xxi,  305  p. 
inch  front.,  ports.  8vo.  Contents: 
Arms  and  the  man. — Candida. — The 
man  of  destiny — You  never  can  tell. 
©  Mar.  25,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  8;  aff. 
Apr.  17 ;  A  36555 ;  George  Bernard 
Shaw,  London.  2856* 

Come-back  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Paul  Dickey.  New  York  city,  Los 
Angeles  [1931]  3  p.  1.,  21,  [1]  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  23,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  15 ;  D  pub.  709 ;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  2857 

Conclusions ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
Esther  E.  Olson.  Boston  [1931] 
13  p.  12mo.  ©  May  11,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  14;  D  pub.  702;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  2858 

Contravention.     See  Theatre. 

Co-respondent  (The)  a  sketch,  by  D. 
Oppenheim.     ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931; 


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Co-respondent  (The) — Continued. 
D  unpub.   10681 ;   Dave  Oppenheim, 
240  W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  2859 

Cormac;  a  fantasy  of  ancient  Erin  in 
1  act,  story,  words,  music,  by  Will 
Coffee.  Vocal  score.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
14,  1931;  D  unpub.  28015;  William 
John  Coffee,  729  Walnut  St.,  Phila- 
delphia. 2860 

Cornerstones;  a  dramatic  sketch,  by 
Lawrence  Holcomb.  ©lc.  Apr.  18, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10497;  Famous 
artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New  York. 

2861 

Cote  d'azur ;  comedie  en  3  actes  [par] 

A.  Birabeau  et  G.  Dolley.  [Paris, 
1931]  34,  [2]  p.  front.,  illus.  4to. 
([La  Petite  illustration,  no.  521]) 
©  Mar.  28,  1931 ;  1  c.  May  1 ;  D  pub. 
10740 ;  Andre  Birabeau,  78  Blvd  des 
Batignolles  and  Georges  Dolley,  18 
PI.  Ch.-Fillion,  Paris.  2862 

Country  (The)  doctor;  a  dramatic 
sketch,  in  3  episodes,  by  B.  B.  Marco. 
©  1  c.  May  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10483 ; 

B.  Barrymore  Marco,  124  W.  73d  St., 
New  York.  2863 

Coup  (Un)  de  balai  (Les  Sweden- 
hielm)  ;  piece  en  4  actes  de  Hjalmar 
Bergman,  adaptee  du  suMois  par 
Jean  Auzanet  et  Lissi  Olsson.  © 
1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10667; 
Jean  Auzanet,  77,  Rue  La  Con- 
damine,  Paris.  2864 

Cradle  snatchers ;  a  farce-comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Russell  G.  Medcraft  and 
Norma  Mitchell.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles ;  Samuel  French,  inc. ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931]  85 
[2]  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  ( [French's 
standard  library  ed.])  ©  May  25, 
1931;  2  c.  May  27;  D  pub.  721; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  2865 

Craig  Ellachie;  a  play  in  a  prologue 
and  3  acts,  by  H.  Bibby.  ©  1  c. 
May  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10785; 
Harold  Bibby,  151  Westlake  Ave., 
Toronto.  2866 

Creation ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Ferguson 
Reddie  [i.  e.  A.  F.  Reddie]  ©  1  c. 
May  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  10589; 
Archibald  Ferguson  Reddie,  521  W. 
King  St.,  Lancaster,  Pa.  2867 

Critics  in  hell.  See  Devil  and  the 
critics. 

Crossroads;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Paul 
Dickey.  New  York  city,  Los 
Angeles,  1931.     3  p.  1.,  25  p.     12mo. 


©  May  18,  1931 ;  £  c.   May  27 ;  D 
pub.  720 ;  Samuel  French,  New  York. 

2868 

Cruising ;  a  sketch,  by  A  Rice.  ©  1  c. 
May  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10782  ;  Andy 
Rice,  Ansonia  Hotel,  New  York. 

2869 

Cruller  (The)  and  the  star;  a  com^ 
edy;  a  satire:  a  tragedy,  by  N. 
Kussy.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10423;  Nathan  Kussy,  71 
Farley  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J.         2870 

Crusade ;  a  tragic  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
L.  M.  Taylor.  ©  1  c:  May  IS,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10620;  Leila  Manning 
Taylor,  344  W.  72d  St.,  New  York. 

2871 

Cure  (A)  for  virtue ;  a  play  in  3  acts,- 
by  G.  Bradshaw.  ©  1  c.  May  9, 
1931;  D  unpub,  10486;  George 
Bradshaw,  Kenilworth,  German- 
town,  Pa.  2872. 

Cured;  a  1-act  comedy,  by  F.  Fleisch- 
man.  ©  1  c.  May  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10699;  Frieda  Fleischman,  39001 
Parkside  Drive,  Baltimore.  2873 

Curse  (The)  ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  J.  T. 
Finnan.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10379;  John  T.  Finnan,  654 
Eccles  St.,  Hillsboro,  111.  2874 

Custom  (The)  of  his  people;  a  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  L.  H.  McKinley.  © 
1  c.  May  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10591  'r 
Lulie  Hard  McKinley,  1212  S.  30th 
St.,  Birmingham,  Ala,  2875- 

Cy  and  Hy;  a  rube  talking  and  sing- 
ing act,  by  Franklin  Phelps.  Chi- 
cago [1931]  14  p.  12mo.  ©  May 
7,  1931;  2  c.  May  11;  D  pub.  693; 
T.  S.  Denison  &  co.,  Chicago.       2876 

Daddy  and  Rollo ;.  Feb.  3-5,  10-12, 
17-19,  24-26,  Mar.  3-5,  10-12,  17-19, 
24-26;  Mar.  31-Apr.  2,  Apr.  7-9, 
14-16,  21-23,  28-30,  a  series  of  radio 
sketches,  by  J.  P.  McEvoy.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  10581; 
Joseph  Patrick  McEvoy,  Woodstock, 
Ulster  Co.,  N.  Y.  2877 

Dangerous  women ;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
A.  K.  Stern.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10378;  Arthur  K.  Stern, 
209  Lewis  Bldg.,  Philadelphia.     2878 

Dans  l'ascenseur;  1  acte  inedit  d' 
Henri  Duvernois.  (In  Candide,  no. 
361)  ©  Feb.  12,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  24;: 
A — Foreign  11944 ;:  Henri  Duvernois, 
Paris.  2879: 


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2901 


Dark  dawn ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
B.  R.  Tuttle.  ©  1  c.  May  23,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10698;  Burl  Ray  Tuttle, 
P.  O.  Box  730,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

2880 

Dark  (The)  tower;  a  melodrama  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  T.  Winchester  and  A.  G. 
Winchester.  ©  1  c.  May  13,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10565;  Maud  Tarleton 
Winchester  and  Anne  Gordon  Win- 
chester, 120  E.  S5th  St.,  New  York. 

2881 

Dating  up  Napoleon ;  a  satire  in  3 
acts,  bv  T.  Taggart  and  P.  W.  Kil- 
bride. ©  1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10366:  Tom  Taggart,  772  E. 
90th  St.,  Cleveland  and  Percy  Wil- 
liam Kilbride,  57  Lexington  Ave.. 
New  York.  28S2 

Daughter  (The)  of  Mars;  a  play,  by 
M.  Gauss.  ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10672 ;  Marianne  Gauss, 
1411  11th  Ave.,  Greeley,  Col.     2883 

Day  (A)  with  Mr.  Mallory ;  a  play  in 
4  acts,  by  V.  S.  Putnam.  ©  1  c. 
May  11,  1931;  D  unpub.  10517; 
Virginia  Shaw  Putnam,  11  Rosa 
Park,  New  Orleans.  2884 

Days  (The)  of  our  living  (A  student's 
love)  ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Leonid 
Andreyev  [i.  e.  Leonid  Nikolaevich 
Andreev]  tr.  by  A.  Bakshy.  ©  1  c. 
May  29,  1931;  D  unpub.  10796; 
Alexander  Bakshy,  51  W.  70th  St., 
New  York.  2885 

Death  calls  for  margin ;  a  murder 
mystery  in  3  acts,  by  I.  B.  Myers. 
©  1  c.  May  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10413  ; 
Isabel  Briggs  Myers,  321  Dickinson 
Ave.,  Swarthmore,  Pa.  2886 

Death  Valley  days;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
McCann,  Erickson,  inc.  Apr.  28, 
1931.  First  to  gold  in  California. 
©  1  c.  May  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10411 ; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

2887 

May  5,  1931.  The  lost  Gun- 
sight  mine.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10691 ;  Pacific  coast  borax 
co..  New  York.  2888 

May     12,     1931.       The     lost 


wagons  of  Death  Vallev.  ©  1  c. 
May  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10690;  Pa- 
cific coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

2889 
May     19.    1931.      The    feud 


of  the  Mojave  washerwoman.  ©  1 
c.  May  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10784; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

2890 


May     26,     1931.       John     Le 

Moigne,  the  Bullet  mine  man.  © 
1  c.  May  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10797 ; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

2891 

Dedication  (The)  of  a  temple;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  written  and  arranged  by 
M.  A.  Hallett.  ©  1  c.  May  14, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10577 :  Mary  A.  Hal- 
lett, Hotel  Dennis,  Atlantic  City. 

2892 

Delivrance ;  comedie  inedite  en  1 
acte,  d'  Andre  Birabeau.  (In  Can- 
dide,  no.  355)  ©  Jan.  1,  1931;  1  c. 
Apr.  24;  A— Foreign  11942;  Andre 
Birabeau,  Paris.  2893 

Deodat ;  comedie  en  3  actes,  de  H. 
Kistemaeckers.  ©  1  c.  May  8, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10732;  Henry  Kis- 
temaeckers. 47  Rue  Henri-Heine, 
Paris.  2894 

Destined ;  a  plav  in  3  acts,  by  M.  L. 
Eliott.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10651 ;  Marie  Louise  Eliott, 
203  W.  54th  St.,  New  York.        2895 

Devil  (The)  and  the  critics;  or, 
Critics  in  hell,  a  sketch,  by  D.  Op- 
penheim.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10578 ;  Dave  Oppenheim,  240 
W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  2896 

Devil  (The)  is  a  woman ;  a  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  P.  J.  Meksin. 
©  1  c.  May  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10665;  Paul  J.  Meksin,  940  Grand 
Concourse,  New  York.  2897 

Devil  (The)  laughs  first ;  a  drama  in 
3  acts,  by  E.  Ferris  and  J.  D.  Mug- 
ford.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10500;  Earle  Ferris  and  James 
D.  Mugford,  290  Riverside  Drive, 
New  York.  2898 

District  school  on  the  Rapidan.  See 
Voices. 

Dizzv  (The)  Wizard;  a  1-act  playlet 
by  C.  Gray.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10625;  Carlotta  Gray.  66 
W.  56th  St.,  New  York.  2899 

Do  come  up !  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  John 
Waer.  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10387;  John  Alexander  Waer, 
Royal  Palm  Hotel,  Detroit.         2900 

Dr.  Jekyll  and  Mr.  Hyde ;  a  1-act  play, 
bv  B.  R.  Tuttle.  ©  1  c.  May  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10612;  Burl  Ray 
Tuttle,  P.  O.  Box  730,  Hollywood. 
Calif.  2901 

Doll's  (A)  house.  See  Four  plays  by 
Ibsen. 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Down  on  the  farm;  a  real-life  melo- 
drama, in  5  acts,  by  Charles  W. 
Goddard.  (In  American  weekly) 
©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10360;  American  weekly,  inc.,  New 
York.  2902 

May  3,  1931    ©  May  3,  1931 ; 


1  c.  May  4 ;  D  pub.  677 ;  American 
weekly,  inc.,  New  York.  2903 

Dramatic  interpretations  of  famous 
musical  compositions ;  by  E.  W.  Bor- 
gers.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10787;  Edward  William 
Borgers,  208  N.  Harvey  Ave.,  Oak 
Ave.,  Oak  Park,  111.  2904 

Dream  expert :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  W. 
Riddell.  ©  1  c.  May  15,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10598;  Walter  Riddell,  2515  S. 
Highland  Ave.,  Los  Angeles.        2905 

Dream  (A)  of  fair  cottons ;  a  play  in 
prologue,  1  scene  and  epilogue,  by 
J.  S.  Johnston.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10470;  Julia  S.  Johnston, 
2055  Walton  Way,  Augusta,  Ga. 

2906 

Duchess  (The)  of  Orleans;  a  play  in 
prologue  and  3  acts,  an  adaptation 
from  the  German,  by  L.  B.  Barratt, 
music  by  William  Ortmann.  Text. 
©  1  c.  May  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10590;  Louise  Bascom  Barratt,  15 
W.  67th  St.,  New  York.  '2907 

Dumdum   death.     See   Scotland  Yard. 

2907a 

Dump  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Shimi.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10377;  Everett  Shinn,  68  E. 
56th  St.,  New  York.  2908 

Earthquake;  a  3-act  play,  by  Leota 
Beam  [pseud,  of  L.  Boehm]  ©  1  c. 
May  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10669 ;  Leota 
Boehm,  601  Ocean  Ave.,  Malverne, 
Long  Island,  N.  Y.  2909 

East-side ;  a  comedy  with  music  in  1 
act,  words  and  music  by  A.  Moses. 
©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  28020; 
Abram  Moses,  1803  Eutaw  PI.,  Bal- 
timore. 2910 

Easy  pickin's ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  C.  McMullen.  Boston  [1931]  133 
p.     diagr.   12mo.     ©  May  26,  1931; 

2  c.  June  1;  D  unpub.  730;  Walter 
H    Baker  co.,  Boston.  2911 

Echo  of  surrender;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  E.  Mayer.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10469 ;  Jerome  Edward 
Mayer,  Holley  Hotel,  36  Washington 
Sq.,  New  York.  2912 


Electra ;  by  Sophocles,  founded  on 
translation  by  E.  H.  Plumptree, 
adaptation  and  stage  version,  cre- 
ated, and  composed,  by  Margaret 
Anglin  [i.  e.  M.  A.  Hull]  ©  1  c. 
May  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10392 ;  Mar- 
garet Anglin  Hull,  400  E.  49th  St., 
New  York.  2913 

Elmer;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Beatrice 
Humiston  McNeil.  Boston  [1931] 
32  p.  12mo.  ©  May  11,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  14;  D  pub.  704;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  2914 

Elsie  comes  and  Elsie  goes ;  a  screen 
play,  by  S.  G.  Brigel.  ©  1  c.  May 
4,  1931;  D  unpub.  10419;  Samuel  G. 
Brigel,  1127  N.  Highland  Ave..  Pitts- 
burgh. 2915 

Em,  Tim,  and  Sally ;  radio  and  stage 
skit,  by  D.  D.  Ziegler.  ©  1  c.  Mav 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  10668;  Doris 
Dolan  Ziegler,  1827  E.  10th  St..  Long 
Beach,  Calif.  2916 

Enemy  (An)  of  the  people.  See  Four 
plays  by  Ibsen. 

Engaged  to  three;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  M.  Otterbourg.  ©  1  c.  May 
14,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10576 ;  Edwin  M. 
Otterbourg,  200  5th  Ave..  New  York. 

2917 

English  (The)  setter ;  a  novelty  sketch, 
by  B.  Adams  and  W.  Spence.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10640 ;  Wall 
Spence,  2240  Tiebout  Ave.,  and  Bruce 
Adams,  Midtown  Hotel.  10  W.  61st 
St.,  New  York.  2918 

Esso,  Believe  it  or  not,  program  no.  1, 
2 ;  a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by  Mc- 
Cann,  Erickson,  inc.  ©  1  c.  each 
May  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10798,  10799 ; 
Standard  oil  co.  of  New  Jersey.  New 
York.  2919,  2920 

Eternal  man ;  a  play  in  6  acts,  by  J. 
Young.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10449;  Jean  Young,  Hotel  Al- 
bert, E.  10th  St.,  New  York.        2921 

Eureka ! !  a  farce  in  3  acts,  by  C. 
Delevanti.  ©  1  c.  May  25,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10715 ;  Cyril  Delevanti,  3670 
Roseview  Ave.,  Los  Angeles.        2922 

Everlasting  (The)  Son  of  God;  passion 
play,  by  J.  Meier.  ©  1  c.  May  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10716 ;  Joseph  Meier, 
5808  Wentworth  Ave.,  Chicago.    2923 

Eye-opener  (The)  :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  E.  Rogers.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10688;  Mamie  Ethel  Rog- 
ers, Stigler,  Okl.  2924 


15(j 


DRAMATIC   COMPOSITIONS 


no.  5,  1931 


2945 


Fading  (The)  star;  a  comedy  skit,  by 
P.  E.  Burns.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10653;  Paul  E.  Burns, 
2017  Poplar  St.,  Philadelphia.     2925 

Family  (The)  failing;  a  comedy  in  1 
act,  by  Katharine  Haviland  Taylor. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French,  inc. ;  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd..  1931.  35,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
([French's  international  ed.,  no. 
698] )  ©  Apr.  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ; 
D  pub.  717 ;  Katharine  Haviland- 
Taylor,  1409  E.  Market  St.,  York, 
Pa.  2926 

Famous  loves,  Robert  Emmet  and 
Sarah  Curran ;  by  Katherine  Sey- 
mour. (In  Radio  writing,  by  Peter 
Dixon)  ©  Apr.  17,  1931;  2  c.  May 
8 :  D  pub.  688 ;  National  broadcast- 
ing co„  inc.,  New  York.  2927 

Fantastic;  by  Georgia  Haswell  Faw- 
cett  [i.  e.  Margaret  Gilbert  Faw- 
cett]  ©  1  c  May  13,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10570;  Margaret  Fawcett,  16 
Beekman  PI.,  New  York.  2928 

Fate  sent  a  lady;  a  play,  by  E.  J. 
Clapham.  ©  1  c.  May  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10457 ;  Emilia  Joyaux  Clap- 
ham.  901  Grizzly  Peak  Blvd,  Berke- 
ley, Calif.  2929 

Feather  in  the  wind;  a  3-act  play,  by 
Conly  Keeney  [pseud,  of  L.  Keeney] 
©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10479 ; 
Louella  Keeney,  R.  F.  D.,  Azusa, 
Calif.  2930 

Feud  (The)  of  the  Mojave  washer- 
woman.    See  Death  Valley  days. 

Fight ;  an  original  screenario,  by  C. 
Weinstein.  ©  1  c.  May  15,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10592 ;  Charles  Weinstein, 
109  150th  St.,  Jamaica,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

2931 

Fighter  (The)  ;  a  sketch,  by  D.  Oppen- 
heim.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10774 ;  Dave  Oppenheim,  240 
W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  2932 

Film  (The)  funsters;  no.  5-8,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches,  by  Lester  A. 
Grady.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  May  1,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10582,  10585;  Dell  pub. 
co.,  New  York.  2933,  2934 

First  nighter ;  a  radio  sketcb,  by 
Margery  Williams.  May  6,  1931. 
Out  of  the  night.  ©  1  c.  May  26. 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10747 ;  Radio  show- 
men, inc.,  Chicago.  2935 


May  20,  1931.     Graft.     ©  1 

c.   May  26,   1931;   D  unpub.   10746; 
Radio  showmen,  inc.,  Chicago. 

2936 

First  to  gold  in  California.  See  Death 
Valley  days. 

Five  star  final ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts, 
by  Louis  Weitzenkorn,  preface  by 
Herbert  Bayard  Swope.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931.  viii, 
[4],  3-165  p.  12mo.  ©  May  6, 
1931;  2  c.  May  11;  D  pub.  695; 
Louis  Weitzenkorn,  40  E.  10th  St., 
New   York.  2937 

Flood  (The)  ;  a  dramatization,  by  R. 
E.  Connely.  (Gospel  echoes)  ©  1 
c.  Feb.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  10394; 
Robert  Emmett  Connely,  Box  696, 
St.  Joseph,  Mo.  2938 

For  love  of  men;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  G.  Creager  and  Lela  Gidley. 
©  1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10694;  Clara  Greening  Creager,  838 
S.  Grand  Ave.,  Los  Angeles.       2939 

For  those  in  peril ;  a  melodrama  in  3 
acts  and  a  prologue,  by  Ward  Ver- 
non [i.  W.  W.  Vernon]  ©  1  c.  May 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  10554;  William 
Ward  Vernon,  52  Elm  St.,  Mont- 
clair,  N.  J.  2940 

Forced  marriage ;  or,  The  serpent ;  a 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  L.  Soontup.  © 
1  c.  Mar.  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10794 ; 
Leon  Soontup,  272  Main  St.,  Stam- 
ford, Conn.  2941 

Fortune  (The)  shop;  a  play  in  3  actsr 
by  L.  Y.  Correthers.  ©  1  c.  May  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10487;  L.  Young 
Correthers,  %  Keith  school,  Rock- 
ford,  111.  2942 

Forty-sixth  street ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  H.  Bernstein.  ©  1  c.  Mav 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10606;  Harry 
Hillel  Bernstein,  8%  E.  Kingsbridge 
Rd.,  New  York.  2943 

Fouling  the  nest ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  F.  Key.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10657;  Archibald  Freder- 
ick Key,  503  Riverside  Drive,  Drum- 
heller,  Alberta,  Canada.  2944 

Founders  of  the  West;  a  pageant,  by 
C.  E.  Pressley.  ©  1  c.  May  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10513;  Charles  PL 
Pressley,  15  W.  Carrillo  St.,  Santa 
Barbara,    Calif.  2945 


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Four  in  hand ;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by 
G.  M.  Taylor.  ©  1  c.  May  4,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10406;  Gertrude  Mel- 
bourne Taylor,  Arlington  PI.,  Hav- 
erhill, Mass.  2946 

Four  plays  by  Ibsen ;  edited  by  Clar- 
ence Stratton.  [Boston]  Ginn  and 
company  [1931]  xxv,  566  p.  12mo. 
Contents  :  An  enemy  of  the  people. — 
A  doll's  house. — The  master  build- 
er.—Peer  Gynt.  ©  Apr.  10,  1931 ;  2 
c.  and  aff.  Apr.  20;  A  35920;  Ginn 
and  co.,  Boston.  2946* 

Free  and  clear;  a  4-act  drama,  by 
W.  D.  Rice.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10778 ;  Walter  Douglas 
Rice,  168-17  Croeheron  Ave.,  Flush- 
ing, Long  Island.  N.  Y.  2947 

Free  for  all ;  a  comedy  in  2  acts,  with 
music,  by  O.  Hammerstein,  2d  and 
L.  Schwab.  Text.  ©  1  c.  May  21, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10724;  Oscar  Ham- 
merstein, 2d,  1067  5th  Ave.,  and 
Laurence  Schwab,  234  W.  44th  St., 
New  York.  2948 

Friends-in-law ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  P.  Zollinger.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10382 ;  James  Peter 
Zollinger,  7040  Colonial  Rd.,  Brook- 
lyn. 2949 

Full  circle ;  a  play  in  3  acts  and  pro- 
logue, by  M.  S.  Beukema.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10362 ;  Mar- 
garet Shaw  Beukema,  Quarters  no. 
64,  West  Point,  N.  Y.  2950 

Galapaygos ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Nata- 
lie Grimes  Lawrence.  Boston 
[1931]  42  p.  diagr.  12mo.  © 
May  27,  1931;  2  c.  June  1;  D  pub. 
734;   Walter  H.  Baker  co.,   Boston. 

2951 

Gallows  (The)  gate;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  Marjory  Stoneman  Douglas, 
Boston  [1931]  32  p.  12mo.  © 
May  27,  1931;  2  c.  June  1;  D  pub. 
732;   Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston. 

2952 

Garbage  (The)  prince  of  Strudelbach ; 
words  by  Ainsley  M.  Carlton  and  J. 
Hunter,  Anderson,  music  by  Claude 
M.  Anderson,  jr.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  25, 
1931,  D  unpub.  28030;  Claude  M. 
Anderson,  jr.,  2740  Union  St.,  San 
Francisco.  2953 

Gefuehl  gefaellig ;  komodie  in  4  akten, 
von  Fritz  Koselka.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  14, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10633 ;  Erwin  Hein, 
Vienna.  2954 


Gems  of  romance ;  a  comedy  playlet 
in  1  act,  by  V.  Gray  and  G.  M.  Bur- 
ton. ©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10792;  Vernon  Gray,  37-19  83d  St., 
Jackson  Heights,  New  York  and  G. 
Marion  Burton,  399  E.  78th  St., 
New  York.  2955 

Genii  (The)  of  the  vial;  a  comedy  in 
1  act,  by  V.  Gray  and  G.  M.  Bur- 
ton. ©  1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10790;  Vernon  Gray,  37-19  83d 
St.,  Jackson  Heights,  New  York  and 
G.  Marion  Burton,  399  E.  78th  St., 
New  York.  2956 

Gipsy  (The)  Baron;  a  romantic  music 
drama,  adapted  from  the  Hungarian 
of  Maurus  Jokai,  by  E.  Lawrence, 
music  by  Johann  Strauss.  Texr. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10499;  Edmund  Lawrence,  274  Rut- 
land Rd.,  Brooklyn.  2957 

Girl  (The)  from  Martinique;  oper- 
etta in  3  acts,  by  I.  Bruce.  Text. 
©  1  c.  May  15,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10596;  Irma  Bruce,  %  Bankers 
Trust  co.,  5  PI.  Vendome,  Paris. 

2958 

Girl  (The)  in  red ;  a  comedy-drama 
in  3  acts,  by  C.  F.  Park.  ©  1  c. 
May  23,  1931;  D  unpub.  10702; 
Charles  Francis  Park,  Hotel  Mark- 
well,  220  W.  49th  St.,  New  York. 

2959 

Girl  (The)  who  knows  how;  by  Red- 
ferh  Mason.  San  Francisco,  Calif. 
[1931]  vi,  29  p.  8vo.  ©  Mar.  28, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  11 ;  D  pub.  697 ;  Harr 
Wagner  pub.   co.,    San   Francisco. 

2960 

Girls;  a  farcical  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Clyde  Fitch.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10766;  Richard  W.  Fitch, 
33  Bank  St.,  Stamford,  Conn.      2961 

Glove  (The)  ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
H.  J.  Weldon.  ©  1  c.  May  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10569;  Hugh  J.  Weldon, 
P.  O.  Box  322,  Santa  Barbara,  Calif. 

2962 

God  rides  the  caissons — ;  historical 
romance  in  a  prologue  and  3  acts, 
by  G.  B.  Martin  and  Thomas  B. 
Sweeney,  jr.  ©  1  c.  May  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10615;  Gould  B.  Martin, 
52    Vanderbilt   Ave.,    New   York. 

2963 

Goethe;  a  drama  in  4  episodes,  by 
Reta  Coleman.  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10412;  Reta  V.  Coleman, 
285  Madeline  Drive,  Pasadena. 

2964 


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no.  5, 1931 


2982 


Goldberg-  and  Ginsberg,  Kosher  pickle 
manufacturers:  a  radio  serial,  by 
H.  M.  Landworth.  ©  1  c.  May  8, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10475;  Henri  M. 
Landworth.  100  Liberty  St.,  Peta- 
luma,  Calif.  2965 

<Goldie  Locks  and  the  three  bears;  a 
musical  fairy-tale  phantasy,  book 
and  lyrics  by  Jean  Herbert,  music 
by  J.  Fred  Coots.    Text.    ©  1  c.  May 

20,  1931;  D  unpub.  10713;  Jean 
Euaene  Herbert,  3572  Bronx  Blvd., 
New  York.  2966 

cGood  (A) ear  for  music;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  bv  Hermine  Neustadtl  [i.  e. 
H.  N.  Stich]  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10777 :  Hermine  Neu- 
stadtl Stich,  333  Central  Park  W., 
New  York.  2967 

«Good  for  Friday;  or,  War  paths  of 
glory,  a  comedy-drama,  by  Jose- 
phine Morgan  Barrett.    ©  1  c.  Apr. 

21,  1931:  D  unpub.  10385;  T.  R. 
Barrett  and  J.  M.  Barrett,  1139  Ox- 
ford St.,  Berkeley,  Calif.  2968 

Good  little  Indians;  continuity,  by 
Swanee  Taylor  [pseud,  of  I.  C. 
Stoll]  ©  1  c.  May  25,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10709 :  Irwin  Carl  Stoll,  113  W. 
42d   St.,   New  York.  2969 

Graf  Tisza  ;  ein  politisches  spiel  in  3 
akten,  von  Hans  Reh.  Berlin,  1930. 
61  p.  8vo.  Manuskript.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  10524;  Ver- 
triebstelle  des  Verbandes  deutscher 
biihnenschriftsteller  und  buhnen- 
komponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

2970 

Graft.     See  First  nighter. 

Grand  exhausted  ruler;  a  burlesque 
in  3  acts,  by  F.  G.  Gilmore.  ©  1  c. 
May  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10789 ;  Fred 
Grant  Gilmore,  733  S.  17th  St., 
Philadelphia.  2971 

Grant  Hotel  (American  plan)  ;  a  play, 
by  H.  Tugendhaft.  ©  1  c.  May  8, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10465;  Harry  Tu- 
gendhaft. 350  W.  12th  St.,  New 
York.  .      2972 

Great  (The)  farce,  1914-1919;  a  vitri- 
olic play  in  12  scenes,  by  Felix  Valyi 
and  Oliver  Thomas  [pseud,  of  A. 
Yecsey]  ©  1  c.  Mar.  30,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10367 ;  Armand  Vecsey,  171 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York  .  2973 

•Greater  (A)  vision;  a  missionary  play 
in  3  acts,  by  Mabel  Conklin  Allyn. 
Indianapolis,  Ind.,  1931.  23  p. 
:16mo.      (Meigs   religious  plays  and 


pageants)  ©  Apr.  25,  1931;  2  c. 
Apr.  28 ;  D  pub.  670 ;  Meigs  pub.  co., 
Indianapolis.  2974 

Green  (The)  eye  of  Confucius.  See 
Advance  guard  mystery. 

Gringo ;  or,  The  hybrid ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  J.  Nelson  and  J.  Nor- 
wood. ©  1  c.  May  16,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10608;  William  John  Nelson 
and  Jean  Norwood,  226  W.  50th  St., 
New  York.  2975 

Grof  Romeo ;  operett  3  felvonasban, 
irta :  Szilagyi  Laszlo  [i.  e.  Laszlo 
Szilagyi]  zenejet  szerzette  :  Szanto 
Tivadar  [i.  e.  Tivadar  Szanto]  © 
1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  10528; 
Francis  Revesz,  Budapest,  Hun- 
gary. 2976 

Guercoeur;  tragedie  en  musique  [par] 
Alberic  Magnard.  [Paris]  Rouart- 
Lerolle  et  cie  [1930]  3  p.  1.,  [9]- 
40  p.  12mo.  Text.  ©  Nov.  15, 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  16;  D  pub.  10780; 
Julia  Maria  Creton  Magnard,  Paris. 

2977 

Guissard  of  the  carnival ;  a  modern 
play  in  3  acts,  by  L.  Osborn.  ©  1 
c.  May  7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10462 ;  Lin- 
coln Osborn,  2770  Kingsbridge  Ter- 
race,  New  York.  2978 

Gutlibi ;  dramma  in  3  atti  [di]  G.  For- 
zano.  Firenze,  G.  Barbara,  editore, 
1926.  5  p.  1.,  13-199,  [1]  p.  12mo. 
©  Jan.  9,  1926 ;  1  c.  May  6 ;  D  pub. 
10425;  Giovacchino  Forzano,  Milan. 

2979 

Hail  King  of  the  Jews,  the  conquer- 
ing King  and  Lord  of  Lords;  a 
sacred  drama  in  4  acts,  by  E.  H. 
Armstrong.  ©  1  c.  May  6,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10448 ;  Edmund  Hale  Arm- 
strong, 24  Ashby  St.,  N.  W.,  At- 
lanta. 2980 

Half -past  heaven ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  L.  Greensfelder.  ©  1  c.  May 
7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10460;  Elmer  L. 
Greensfelder,  Esplanade  Apts.,  Bal- 
timore. 2981 

Half  price ;  a  play  of  today  in  3  acts, 
by  Constance  Travers  Sweatman 
[pseud,  of  C.  W.  Sweatman]  and 
E.  Lorraine.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10502;  Constance  Wini- 
fred Sweatman,  266  Kingsway  Ave., 
Winnipeg,  and  Elliott  Lorraine,  40 
Shannon  St.,  Toronto,  Canada.     2982 

Handicap :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
Litovsk  [pseud,  of  R.  Gabe]     ©  1  c. 


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Handicap — Continued. 

May  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10757 ;  Rose 
Gabe,  1335  College  Ave.,  New  York. 

2983 

Hank  Simmons'  showboat;  by  Harry 
C.  Browne.  {In  Radio  writing,  by 
Peter  Dixon)  ©  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  8  ;  D  pub.  691 ;  Columbia  broad- 
casting system,  inc.,  New  York. 

2984 

Happy  and  blue.  See  Lost  (The)  mel- 
ody. 

Harbor  lights;  by  Burr  Cook  (In  Ra- 
dio writing,  by  Peter  Dixon)  © 
Apr.  17,  1931;  2  c.  May  8;  D  pub. 
689  ;  National  broadcasting  co.,  inc., 
New  York.  2985 

Harem  (Le)  ;  piece  en  3  actes  de  R. 
Wachthausen.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10532 ;  Rene  Wachthausen, 
34  Blvd.  de  la  Bastille,  Paris.      2986 

Harlequin  the  King;  a  comedy  of 
masks  in  4  acts,  adapted  by  S.  Brin- 
ton,  from  the  German  of  Rudolf 
Lothar.  Only  authorized  transla- 
tion into  English.  ©  1  c.  May  8, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10476 ;  Selwyn  Brin- 
ton,  Stanbridge  House,  Southwick, 
Sussex,  England.  2987 

Harvest  time;  an  operetta  in  2  acts, 
by  J.  Anthony.  Text.  ©  1  c.  May 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  10742;  Joseph 
Anthony,  Park  Central  Hotel,  56th 
St.  &  7th  Ave.,  New  York.  2988 

Haunted,  pt.  3  of  the  trilogy  Mourn- 
ing becomes  Electra,  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  E.  O'Neill.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10557;  Eugene  O'Neill,  33 
W.  42d  St.,  New  York.  2989 

Heaven  will  protect  the  working  girl ; 
a  comedy,  by  Glenn  Hughes.  Boston 
[1931]  22  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  31, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  6 ;  D  pub.  681 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  2990 

Hell  (The)  wishers;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  T.  P.  McQuil- 
lan. ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10768;  Thomas  Philip  McQuil- 
lan, %  John  F.  Morriss,  Alden 
House,  Alden  and  Boston  Post  Road, 
Larchmont,  N.  Y.  2991 

Hell's  kitchen;  or,  Suffer  little  chil- 
dren, a  comedy  drama  in  4  acts,  by 
R.  G.  Manion.  ©  1  c.  May  20.  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10722;  Raymond  Glen- 
dower  Manion,  5503  Romaine  St., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  2992 

Heureux  (L')  gagnant;  pi§ce  en  3 
actes.  de  A.  Mou6zy-Eon  and  Paul 


Armont  [pseud,  of  D.  Petrocochino] 
©  1  c.  May  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10729 ; 
Andre  Mouezy-Eon,  8  cite  Male- 
sherbes,  and  Dimitry  Petrocochino, 
82  Blvd.,  Flandrin,  Paris.  2993 

Hi-pressure;  a  1-act  play  with  Accor- 
dions, by  F.  P.  Strong.  Text.  © 
1  c.  May  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10795 ; 
Frank  P.  Strong,  219  S.  Flower  St., 
Los  Angeles.  2994 

High  flyers;  a  play  in  4  scenes,  by 
J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10443 ;  Jennie  Clare  Lock- 
hart,  3900  Adams  St.,  Des  Moines. 

2995 

Hired  husbands ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  H.  White  and  A.  L.  Stern. 
©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10559;  Alfred  H.  White,  270  Sher- 
man Ave.,  and  August  L.  Stern, 
3115  Sedgwick  Ave.,  Bronx,  New 
York.  2996 

His  Majesty ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  K.  S. 
McKinley.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10562;  Kent  S.  McKinley, 
24  Crane  Rd.,  Scarsdale,  N.  Y.    2997 

His  wedding  garment:  a  play  in  6 
acts,  by  C.  Clune.  ©  1  c.  May  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10551;  Christabell 
Clune,  17   a  Greenville  St.,  Boston. 

2998 

Histoire  de  caloriferes ;  monologue, 
paroles  de  Marc-Hely,  musique  de 
A.  Calabrese.  Paris,  1931.  [4]  p. 
4to.  Text.  ©  Apr.  1.  1931;  1  c. 
Apr.  25  ;  D  pub.  10808  ;  Francis  Sala- 
bert,  Paris.  2999 

Hochzeit  (Die)  der  Sobeide ;  oper  in 
3  szenen.  nach  dem  schauspiel  von 
Hugo  v.  Hofmannsthal.  op.  45. 
[Music  von]  Alexander  Tscherep- 
nin.  Klavierauszug  mit  text.  Wien, 
Leipzig,  1931.  1  p.  1.,  236  p.  fol. 
©  Mar.  4,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  30;  D 
pub.  28033;  Universal  edition,  a.  g., 
Vienna.  3000 

Holier  than  thou;  a  3-act  play,  by  H. 
Cunningham.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10491 ;  Harry  Cunning- 
ham, 1553  E.  45th  St.,  Brooklyn. 

3001 

Hollywood  outpost.  See  Advance 
guard  mystery. 

Hollywood  romance ;  Episode  no.  2,  3, 
a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by  Mar- 
jorie  Williams.  ©  1  c.  each  May 
11,  1931;  D  unpub.  10514,  10515; 
Radio  showmen,  inc.,  Chicago. 

3002,  3003 


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3024 


Hollywood  romance ;  no.  4—7,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches,  by  Margery  Wil- 
liams. ©  1  c.  each  May  26,  1931; 
D  unpub.  1074S-10751 ;  Radio  show- 
men, inc.,  Chicago.  3004-3007 

Homecoming:  pt.  1  of  the  trilogy 
Mourning  becomes  Electra,  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  E.  O'Neill.  ©  1  c.  May 
12.  1931:  D  unpub.  10556;  Eugene 
O'Neill,  33  W.  42d  St.,  New  York. 

3008 

House  of  dreams ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Don  O'Connor  [i.  e.  R.  D.  G.  O'Con- 
nor] ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10645:  R.  Donald  G.  O'Connor,  102 
E.  22d  St.,  New  York.  3009 

How's  your  health?  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  N.  Booth  Tarkington  [i.  e.  Booth 
Tarkington]  and  Harry  Leon  Wil- 
son, New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Sam- 
uel French,  inc. ;  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd..  1930.  3  p.  1..  5-105  p. 
diagrs.  12mo.  ©  Oct.  10,  1930; 
2  e.  Mar.  14.  1931:  D  pub.  671;  N. 
Booth  Tarkington,  1100  N.  Penn. 
Ave..  Indianapolis,  and  Harry  Leon 
Wilson,  Monterey,   Calif.  3010 

Hunted  (The)  ;  pt.  2  of  the  trilogy 
Mourning  becomes  Electra,  a  play  in 
5  acts,  by  E.  O'Neill.  ©  1  c.  May 
12,  1931:  D  unpub.  10555:  Eugene 
O'Neill,  33  W.  42d  St.,  New  York. 

3011 

Hybrid   (The)     See  Gringo. 

Idiot  (Der)  ;  horspiel  nach  dem  gleich- 
namigen  ronian,  von  F.  M.  Dosto- 
jeswkij,  bearbeitet  von  Gregor  Jar- 
cho.  Berlin.  1931.  4  p.  1.,  [5]-S7  p. 
Svo.  ©  Mar.  10.  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  28 ; 
D  pub.  10431 ;  Arcadia-verlag,  g.  m. 
b.  h.,  Berlin.  3012 

Idylls  of  the  King.  See  Queen  (The) 
of  Camelot. 

If  I  were  you ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  Bolton  and  P.  G.  Wodehouse.  © 
1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10679; 
Guy  Bolton,  17  Beverly  Rd.,  Great 
Neck,  Long  Island,  N.  Y.  and  P.  G. 
Wodehouse,  17  Norfolk  St.,  Park 
Lane,  London.  3013 

Image  (The)  of  Lucile ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  L.  B.  Mallory.  ©  1  c.  May 
7,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10461 ;  Lilian  Ba- 
con Mallory,  152  W.  58th  St.,  New 
York.  3014 

Improbable  history  for  beginners.  See 
Sabine  (The)  women. 


In  his  father's  footsteps  ;  a  melodrama 
in  2  acts,  by  Eve  Nathanson  [pseud, 
of  E.  Natanson]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  2r 
1931 :  D  unpub.  104U1 ;  Eva  Natan- 
son, 671  W.  162d  St.,  New  York. 

3015 

In  quest  of  romance;  a  play  in  9 
scenes,  by  E.  Clapham.  ©  1  c.  May 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10451;  Emilia 
Clapham,  901  Grizzly  Peak  Blvd., 
Berkeley,  Calif.  3016 

Inside  out ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
George  Savage  and  Edouard  Pel- 
tret.  Boston  [1931]  110  p.  12mo. 
©  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  6  ;  D  pub. 
6S3;   Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston. 

3017 

Ishmael;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Eliza- 
beth Southwart.  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel 
French,  inc.,  1931.  78  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ([French's  acting  ed.,  no. 
1639] )  ©  Mar.  25,  1931 ;  1  c.  May 
15;  D  pub.  10601;  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  London.  3018 

Island  people ;  a  1-act  play,  by  V.  V. 
Tryon.  ©  1  c.  May  9,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10505 ;  Virginia  Vaughn  Tryon, 
2032  Pinehurst  Rd.,  Hollvwood, 
Calif.  '    3019 

It's  all  your  fault,  Mary ;  a  drama 
with  music,  by  P.  H.  Bonner.  Li- 
bretto. ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10643;  Paul  Hyde  Bonner,  200 
Madison  Ave.,  New  York.  3020 

It's  up  to  you ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Hope  H.  Moulton.  Boston  [1931] 
61  p.  12mo.  ©  May  11,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  14;  D  pub.  701;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3021 

Je  suis  du  midi ;  monologue  de  Andre 
Leneka  et  E.  Matrat.  Paris.  Bruxel- 
ies  [1931]  [4]  p.  4to.  ©  Apr.  1, 
1931;  1  c.  Apr.  .23;  D  pub.  10805; 
Francis  Salabert,  Paris.  3022 

Jellyfish  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Grace  James.  London,  Samuel 
French,  inc.,  1931.  45,  [1]  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ([French's  plays  for  juvenile 
performers,  no.  14])  ©  Apr.  20, 
1931;  1  c.  May  11;  D  pub.  10519; 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  London.      3023 

Job's  kinf oiks ;  a  play  of  the  millpeople 
in  3  acts,  by  Loretto  Carroll  Bailey. 
Boston,  Walter  H.  Baker  co.  [1931] 
126  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  29,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  4 ;  D  pub.  672 ;  Loretto  Carroll 
Bailey,  Box  414  (111  Berman  Court) 
Chapel  Hill,  N.  C.  3024 


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pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


John  Le  Moigne,  the  Bullet  mine  man. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Johnny  comes  home;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Roy  Wilcox,  ©  1  c.  May 
18.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10628 ;  Roy  Sher- 
man Wilcox,  11  Darwin  Ave.,  Glens 
Falls,  N.  Y.  3025 

Jolly  (The)  skeleton;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  L.  Mansur.  Boston,  Walter 
H.  Baker  co.  [1931]  120  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  May  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  June  1 ; 
D  pub.  726;  Frank  L.  Mansur, 
Swampscott,  Mass.  3026 

Judgement  (The)  court;  a  story  of  the 
Bible,  by  F.  D.  Edwards.  ©  1  c. 
May  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10755 ;  Fred 
D.  Edwards,  no.  34  Jersey  Ave., 
Asbury  Park,  N.  J.  3027 

Judgment  (The)  bar;  a  burlesque 
class  trial,  by  C. '  Leroy  Eaddy. 
[Middlesex,  N.  C]  1931.  34  p.  8vo. 
©  Mar.  10,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  15;  D 
pub.  716;  C.  Leroy  Eaddy,  Middle- 
sex, N.  C.  3028 

Juguetes  modernos ;  edited  by  Vesta 
Edith  Condon.  Chicago,  Philadel- 
phia [1931]  277  p.  illus.  16mo. 
(The  Winston  modern  language 
series)  Contents  :  La  jaula  del  loro, 
original  de  Antonio  Lopez  Monis  y 
Jose  Sanchez  Gerona. — De  tiros 
largos,  por  Miguel  Ramos  Carridn  y 
Vital  Aza. — Chiquilladas,  de  Vital 
Aza. — Una  extravagancia  ;  original 
de  Don  Eduardo  Saco. — La  primera 
postura,  por  Jose  Arantiver. — La 
trompa  de  Eustaquio,  por  Don  Juan 
Catalina.  ©  Mar.  18,  1931;  2  c. 
Apr.  4  ;  aft.  Apr.  6  ;  A  35614  ;  John  C. 
Winston  co.,  Philadelphia.         3028* 

Just  what  the  doctor  ordered ;  a  farce 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  Walter  F. 
Swanker.  Boston,  [1931]  2  p.  1., 
[3] -123  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  May 
27,  1931;  2  c.  June  1;  D  pub.  727; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     3029 

Jute;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  K.  Wither- 
spoon.  (In  Southwest  review,  v.  16, 
no.  3,  April,  1931)  ©  Apr.  15,  1931 ; 
1  c.  Apr.  27;  D  pub.  668;  Kathleen 
Wither  spoon,  2912  Maple  Ave., 
Dallas.  3030 

K.  unci  k.  landsturm ;  erinnerungen  an 
den  doppeladler,  von  S.  Grubel. 
Berlin  [1930]  83  p.  8vo.  ©  June 
12,  1930;  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D  pub. 
10428 ;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  biihnenschriftsteller  und 
biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h., 
Berlin.  3031 


Kidding  on  the  keys;  a  nine  minute 
comedy  short,  by  H.  W.  Conn.  © 
1  c.  May  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10623 ; 
Harry  Wagner  Conn,  126  W.  47th 
St.,  New  York.  3032 

King  Mike ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  J.  C. 
McMullen.  Boston,  [1931]  136  p. 
12mo.  ©  Mar.  31,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  6 ; 
D  pub.  679;  Walter  H.  Baker  co., 
Boston.  3033 

King's  (The)  messenger;  a  play  by  V. 
Williams  and  Alice  Crawford  [i.  e. 
A.  C.  Williams]  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10765;  Valentine 
Williams  and  Alice  Crawford  Wil- 
liams, Savoy  Plaza  Hotel,  New  York. 

3034 

Kitty  and  her  playboys ;  or,  Kitty  and 
the  mislaid  bridgegroom,  a  comedy 
in  1  act,  by  G.  D.  Cummins.  ©  1  c. 
May  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10711; 
Geraldine  Dorothy  Cummins,  25 
Jubilee  PL,  Chelsea,  London.       3035 

Kitty    and    the    mislaid    bridegroom. 

See  Kitty  and  her  playboys. 

Kitty's  witchcraft;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  G.  D.  Cummins.  ©  1  c.  May  22, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10710;  Geraldine 
Dorothy  Cummins,  25  Jubilee  PL, 
Chelsea,  London.  3036 

Knockout  (The)  ;  a  sketch  in  1  scene, 
by  John  P.  Heald.  Boston  [1931] 
22  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  16,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  2;  D  pub.  674;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3037 

Koenig  (Der)  ihres  herzens ;  operette 
in  3  akten  (nach  W.  Lichtenberg 
und  F.  Gottwald)  von  Wilhelm 
Sterk,  musik  von  Jacques  Offenbach, 
musikalische  bearbeitung  von  Karl 
Pauspertl.  Wien-Leipzig,  1931.  1  p. 
1.,  2-141  p.  8vo.  Text.  ©  Dec.  31, 
1930;  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D  pub. 
10427;  Ludwig  Doblinger  (Bern- 
hard  Herzmansky)   Vienna.         3038 

Konig  wider  willen ;  komische  oper  in 
3  akten,  von  Emile  de  Najac  &  Paul 
Burani,  nach  einem  lustspiel  von 
Ancelot,  neue  textfassung  von  Albert 
Carre,  frei  ins  deutsche  tibertragen 
von  Leopold  Sachse.  Klavierauszug 
fur  gesang  und  klavier.  Paris, 
Enoch  &  cie. ;  Berlin,  Benno  Balan, 
verlag,  1931.  3  p.  L,  415  p.  4to.  © 
Apr.  24,  1931 ;  1  c.  Apr.  29 ;  D  pub. 
28024 ;  Enoch  &  cie.,  Paris.  3039 

Lady  (The)  of  Acadia;  a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  H.  R.  Friedman.  ©  1  c. 
May  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10472 ;  Har- 


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old   R.   Friedman,    1039   Hollywood 
Ave.,  Chicago.  3040 

Lady  (The)  of  the  Camellias.  See 
Camille. 

Lamp  (The)  ;  a  1-act  play,  by  A.  C. 
Darlington.  ©  1  c.  May  4,  1931; 
D  unpub,  10407;  Anne  Charlotte 
Darlington,  1810  Massachusetts 
Ave.,  Washington.  3041 

Land  (Das)  des  Lachelns.  See  Land 
of  Smiles. 

Land  (The)  of  smiles  (Das  land  des 
lachelns)  ;  a  musical  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Ludwig  Herzer  and  Fritz  Loh- 
ner,  music  by  Franz  Lehar.  Eng- 
lish version  by  Harry  Graham. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  May  26.  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10741 ;  Harry  Graham,  Dewar 
House,   Haymarket,  London.       3042 

;Last  (The)  good-by ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Calvin  Reisland.  ©  1  c. 
May  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10779;  M. 
Calvin  Reisland,  1923  E.  71st  St., 
Cleveland.  3043 

Layout  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Paul  Dickev.  New  York  city,  Los 
Angeles  [1931]  3  p.  1.,  23,  [1]  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  23,  1931 ;  2  c. 
Mav  15  ;  D  pub.  708  ;  Samuel  French, 
New  York.  3044 

Lean  harvest ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
Jeans.  ©  1  c.  May  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10512 ;  Ronald  Jeans,  20 
Green  St.,  Leicester  Sq.,  London. 

3045 

Lesson  (A)  in  love;  a  sketch,  by  J. 
P.  Murray,  B.  Trivers  and  B.  Oak- 
land. ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10670;  J.  P.  Murray,  Barry 
Trivers  and  Ben  Oakland,  146  W. 
12th  St.,  New  York.  3046 

Let  them  say  it ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  G.  Haughwout.  ©  1  c.  Mav 
9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10507;  Frank 
Goddard  Haughwout,  915  M.  H.  Del 
Pilar,  Manila.  3047 

Liebe — unmodern !  lustspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Wilhelm  Sterk.  Als  unverkau- 
fliches  biiknen-inanuskript-verviel- 
faltigt.  Vienna.  1931.  64  p.  12mo. 
©  1  c.  Mar.  28,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10432;  Theaterverlag  Otto  Eirich, 
g.  m.  b.  h.,  Vienna.  3048 

Light  of  the  ages ;  a  symbolic  drama 

in    blank    verse,    by    Maude    White 

;  Hardie.     New  York   [1931]     2  p.  1.. 


2-11  numb.  1.  4to.  ©  Apr.  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  30 ;  D  pub.  737  ;  R.  E. 
Hume,  3041  Broadway,  New  York. 

3049 

Lil'  (The)  wife;  a  blackout  skit,  by 
S.  Kopp.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  21,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10636;  Sam  Kopp,  830  Clin- 
ton Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J.  3050 

Lincoln  Highwayman ;  a  play  in  1  act, 
bv  Paul  Dickey.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  36,  [1]  p. 
diagr.,  plates.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  23, 
1981;  2  c.  May  15;  D  pub.  705; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.         3051 

Links  um,  marsch !  Ins  20  jakrhun- 
dert !  schauspiel  in  3  akten,  von  Mo- 
ritz  Engel.  Als  unverkaufliches 
manu^kript  vervielfaltigt.  Berlin, 
1930.  3  p.  1.,  3-94,  [1]  p.  12mo. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10434  ;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Verbandes 
deutscher  biihnenschriftsteller  und 
biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b.,  h.,  Ber- 
lin. 3052 

Little  black  hands ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  R.  E.  Hurd.  ©  1  c.  May  13, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10571 ;  Ray  E.  Hurd, 
5301  St.  James  Terrace,  Pittsburgh. 

3053 

Little  Black  Rose  &  Lou;  no.  1-6,  a 
series  of  radio  skits,  by  A.  Phillips. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10637;  Alberta  Phillips,  1710  Polk 
Ave.,  Houston.  3054 

Little  Red  Riding  Hood;  a  play  in  1 
act,  by  L.  B.  Hoffman.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
24,  1931;  D  unpub.  10365;  Lola 
Beatrice  Hoffman,  533  E.  Penn  St., 
Whittier,  Calif.  3055 

Lonely  (The)  road;  no.  1,  2,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches  written  especially 
for  Louise  McConnell,  by  Yolande 
Langworthy.  ©  1  c.  each  May  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10743,  10744;  Lou- 
ise McConnell,  270  Park  Ave.,  New 
York.  3056,  3057 

Look  out  fer  squalls ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  T.  M.  Prudclen.  Act  1,  3.  © 
1  c.  May  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10662 ; 
Theodore  M.  Prudclen,  Jones  St., 
Hingham,  Mass.  3058 

Lord  (The)  of  Life;  Easter  cantata 
for  choirs  of  mixed  voices,  text  by 
Mattie  B.  Shannon,  music  by  Al- 
fred Judson.  Philadelphia  [1931] 
32  p.  4to.  ©  Feb.  5,  1931;  2  c. 
Feb.  13;  D  pub.  28019;  Hall-Mack 
co.,    Philadelphia.  3059 


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Lost  and  found ;  a  play  in  5  scenes, 
by  J.  O.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10437;  Jennie  Clare 
Lockhart,  3900  Adams  St.,  Des 
Moines.  3060 

Lost  (The)  Gunsight  mine.  See  Death 
Valley  days. 

Iiost  (The)  melody;  or,  Happy  and 
blue,  a  modern  Vienna  musical  op- 
eretta in  3  acts,  by  H.  Freiberg.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D  unpub.  28016; 
Heinz  Freiberg,  %  Wartburg  Home, 
Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  3061 

Lost  (The)  Princess  Bo  Peep;  [a  2-act 
musical  play,  by  Alice  C.  D.  Riley] 
38  p.  Svo.  Libretto.  ©  Feb.  17, 
1931;  2  c.  Feb.  19;  D  pub.  686; 
Clayton  F.  Summy  co.,  Chicago. 

3062 

Lost  (The)  wagons  of  Death  Valley. 
See  Death  Valley  days. 

Louise  (La)  ;  piece  inedite  en  1  acte, 
de  Jean  Jacques  Bernard.  (In  Can- 
dide,  no.  364)  ©  Mar.  5,  1931;  1  c. 
Apr.  24;  A — Foreign  11941;  Jean 
Jacques  Bernard,  Paris.  3063 

Love  wears  a  mask.  See  Sweethearts 
of  America. 

Lucky  dip;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Frank  Vosper.  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel 
French,  inc.,  1931.  70  p.  diagr. 
8vo.  ([French's  acting  ed.,  no. 
2088])  ©  Apr.  24,  1931:  1  c.  May 
11;  D  pub.  10523;  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  London.  3064 

Lumber;  drama  in  3  acts,  by  Phoebe 
Hoffman  [i.  e.  P.  H.  Bicker  ton]  © 
1  c.  May  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10484; 
Phoebe  Hoffman  Bickerton,  Na- 
tional City  Bank,  Library  Branch, 
41st  &  5th  Ave.,  New  York.         3065 

Ma  soeur  et  mci ;  comedie  en  3  actes, 
de  G.  Berr  et  Louis  Verneuil  [pseud, 
of  Louis  Jacques  Marie  Collin]  (In 
Q'Aivres  libres,  no.  115)  ©  Jan.  1, 
1931;  1  c.  May  8;  D  pub.  10538; 
George  Berr,  163,  Rue  de  la  Pompe 
find  Louis  Collin,  29  Rue  Thiry, 
Paris.  3066 

Macbeth ;  by  William  Shakespeare, 
edited  with  introduction  and  notes 
by  Walter  S.  Hinchman.  New  ed. 
Boston,  New  York  [1931]  xix,  [1], 
101  p.  front,  (port.)  12mo.  (The 
Riverside  literature  series)  ©  Apr. 
8,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  14;  aff.  Apr.  13; 
A  36471;  Houghton  Mifflin  co.,  Bos- 
ton. 3066* 


Magic  (The)  piper;  an  operetta  in  3 
acts,  libretto  by  N.  Mitchell  Hubrich, 
music  by  Carol  Christopher.  Vocal 
score  and  libretto  complete.  Chi- 
cago. [1931]  48  p.  4to.  ©  May  5, 
1931;  2  c.  May  11;  D  pub.  28021; 
Raymond  A.  Hoffman   co.,  Chicago. 

3067 

Magic  (The)  wishing  well;  a  musical 
comedy  in  4  acts,  by  J.  F.  Glann. 
©  1  c.  May  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10503 ; 
James  F.  Glann,  468  Loretto  St., 
Mountain  View,  Calif.  3068- 

Magna  carta ;  a  pageant  drama  by 
Thomas  Wood  Stevens,  to  which 
have  been  added  introductory  notes 
on  the  occasion  for  its  preparation,, 
also  a  foreword  by  Roscoe  Pound,, 
and,  in  appendixes,  The  English  text 
of  the  great  Charter,  and  various 
comments  on  its  literature  and  re- 
nrocluction  [etc.]  Chicago,  The 
American  bar  association,  1930. 
80  p.,  1.,  front.,  illus.,  plate,  facsim. 
8vo.  ©  Aug.  20.  1930 ;  2  c.  Aug.  23 ; 
aff.  Oct.  21 ;  A  36398 ;  James  Grafton 
Rogers,  trustee,  Boulder,  Col.  [© 
introductory  notes,  foreword,  appen- 
dix, illustrations]  3068* 

Maid  on  Broadway;  a  play  in  3  acts,, 
by  Paul  Fix.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10682;  Paul  Peter  Fix, 
7607  Fountain  Ave.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3069 

Man  (The)  in  the  mantle;  a  serio- 
comic mystery  play  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  Rowan  and  J.  F.  Stone.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10639 ;  Ger- 
ald Rowan  and  James  F.  Stone, 
140  Keller  St.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

3070 

Man  (The)  who  invents  the  dirty 
jokes;  a  revue  sketch,  by  S.  Herzig. 
©  1  c.  May  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10708 :  Sig  Herzig,  138  W.  58th  St.v 
New  York.  3071 

Man  (The)  who  pays  the  piper;  a 
play  in  a  prologue  and  3  acts,  by 
G.  B.  Stern  [pseud,  of  G.  B.  Holds- 
worth]  London,  William  Heine- 
mann,  ltd.  [1931]  4  p.  1.,  109,  [1] 
p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  10,  1931;  1  c. 
May  21;  D  pub.  10675;  Gladys  Ber- 
tha Holdsworth,  G.  3,  Albany,  Lon- 
don. 3072 

Manhandled  Mary ;  a  comedy  drama 
in  4  acts,  by  Tracy  Merkey  [pseud, 
of  T.  M.  Sherman]  ©  1  c.  May  20„ 
1931;  D  tinpub.  10726;  Tracy  Mer- 
key  Sherman,  2730  Windsor  Ave., 
Chicago.  3073. 


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3089 


Manhattan  cocktail;  a  revue  consist- 
ing of  12  sketches  and  the  lyrics  of 
six  songs,  by  V.  T.  Perlman  and 
Joseph  Fulling  Fishman.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  14.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10402 ;  Vee 
Terrys  Perlman,  61  W.  50th  St.,  New 
York.  3074 

Mardi  gras ;  a  1  hour  musical  play 
for  radio  presentation  in  4  periods, 
by  J.  Thompson,  taken  from  the 
musical  comedy  Mardi  gras,  by 
Helen  Thompson,  J.  Thompson  and 
Nelson  Carter.  [Stanford  Univer- 
sity, Calif.]  1931.  3  p.  1.,  2-23  numb. 
1.  4to.  Text.  ©  Feb.  26,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  25;  D  pub.  714;  Joseph 
Thompson,  592  Alvarado  Row,  Stan- 
ford University,  Calif.  3075 

Marguerite  after  three ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Fritz  Schwiefert,  tr.  by 
Arthur  Ross.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10393;  Frieda  Fishbein, 
1520  Broadway,  New  York.  3076 

Maria  mia ;  the  San  Jose  de  Guada- 
lupe mission  play  in  4  scenes,  by 
I.  D.  Granville,  musical  score,  by 
Bruce  Gray,  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  28028 ;  Isabel  D.  Granville, 
773  Cayuga  Ave.,  San  Francisco. 

3077 

Marines ;  a  play  in  H.  C.  Greene.  © 
1  c.  May  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10770 ; 
Carl  L.  Timin,  745  7th  Ave.,  New 
York.  3078 

Marked  (The)  man;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  A.  E.  Thomas. 
©  1  c.  May  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10761 : 
Alfred  Edward  Thomas,  12  W.  9th 
St.,  New  York.  3079 

Marriage  (The)  feast;  a  fantasy,  by 
Alice  Brown.  New  York,  The  Mac- 
millan  company,  1931.  3  p.  L,  3-54  p. 
8vo.  ©  Apr.  14,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff. 
Apr.  15 ;  A36494.  Alice  Brown,  Bos- 
ton. 3079* 

Marriage  (The)  racket;  a  farce  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  Larry  Hazard  [i.  e. 
L.  Hazard]  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10652 ;  Lawrence  Hazard, 
101  W.  43d  St.,  New  York.  3080 

Master  (The)  builder.  See  Four  plays 
by  Ibsen. 

Mata  Hari,  the  spy;  by  V.  Williams 
and  Alice  Crawford  [i.  e.  A.  C.  Wil- 
liams] ©  1  c.  May  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10763 ;  Valentine  Williams 
and  Alice  Crawford  Williams,  Savoy 
Plaza  Hotel,  New  York.  3081 

Matriarch  (The)  ;  a  play  in  a  prologue 
and  3  acts,  by  G.  B.  Stern   [pseud. 


of  Gladys  Bertha  Holdsworth]  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd. ;  New  York, 
Samuel  French,  inc.,  1931.  84  p. 
plates.  8vo.  ( [French's  acting  ed., 
no.  1778])  ©  Jan.  21,  1931;  1  c. 
May  15;  D  pub.  10602;  Samuel 
French,  ltd.,  London.  3082 

Maverick  (The)  ;  a  western  comedy 
drama  [in  56  scenes]  by  J.  L.  Kib- 
bee  and  H.  Eldridge.  [Kansas  City, 
Mo.]  1931.  1  p.  1.,  71  numb.  1.  nar. 
fol.  ©  May  1,  1931;  2  c.  May  4; 
D  pub.  715;  James  L.  Kibbee  and 
Harry    Eldridge,    Kansas   City,    Mo. 

3083 

Medecin  (Le)  malgre  lui.  See  Pre- 
cieuses   (Les)   ridicules. 

Meet  the  enemy ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  F.  J.  Collins.  ©  1  c.  May  19, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10788 ;  Frank  J.  Col- 
lins, 41  Park  Row,  New  York.     3084 

Memorandum  (The)  bill;  an  indus- 
trial comedy  in  3  acts,  by  P.  Stein, 
tr.  from  the  Yiddish  by  Anna  Cohen. 
©  1  c.  May  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10641 ; 
Paul  Stein,  214  E.  11th  St.,  New 
York.  3085 

Men  are  men ;  a  drama  of  the  sea  in  3 
acts,  by  May  Sheldon  [pseud,  of 
Minnie  May  Kelley]  and  Loring  Kel- 
ley.  ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10701 ;  Royal  C.  Stout,  200  W.  54th 
St.,  New  York.  3086 

Merchant  (The)  of  Ocean  Park;  a 
comedy  in  1  act,  by  F.  Mitchell.  © 
1  c.  May  25,  1931;  D  unpub.  10714; 
Fred  M.  Mitchell,  1808  9th  St.,  Santa 
Monica,  Calif.  30S7 

Mime  plays ;  6  1-act  plays,  by  Suzanne 
Stone.  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd.;  New  York.  Samuel  French,  inc. 
1930.  74  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  ( [French's 
acting  ed.,  no.  280] )  Contents  :  The 
photograph. — Pandora's  box. — Pluto 
and  Persephone. — The  Princes  in  the 
tower. — Lord  Nithsdale's  escape. — 
Cinderella.  ©  Dec.  29,  1930;  1  c. 
May  15,  1931;  D  pub.  10603;  Sam- 
uel French,  ltd.,  London.  3088 

Miracle  (The)  of  the  Tumbler;  a  10- 
minute  play,  by  Leonard  Elsmith 
[music — old  church  tunes]  New 
York,  1931.  12  p.  fol.  (The  El- 
smith series  no.  10)  ©  May  25, 
1931;  2  c.  May  27;  D  pub.  28035; 
Elsmith  music  laboratory,  inc.,  New 
York.  3089 

Missing  (The)  link;  a  play  in  13 
scenes,  by  F.  H.  G.  Bischoff.  Re- 
vised version  of  The  thinker.    ©  1  c. 


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Missing  (The)  link — Continued. 

May  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10692 ;  Fred 
Herman  George  Bischoff,  Filbert  St., 
Oakland,  Calif.  3090 

Mr.  Dooley,  jr. ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Lewin  and  R.  Franken.  ©  1  c. 
May  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10467 ;  Rose 
Franken,  151  Central  Park  W.  and 
Jane  Lewin,  225  Central  Park  W., 
New  York.  3091 

Mrs.  Grouch  sees  her  mistake;  a  1-act 
sketch,  by  G.  Ouimet.  ©  1  c.  May 
6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10455;  Gertrude 
Ouimet,  463  Farmington  Ave.,  Bris- 
tol, Conn.  3092 

Modern  (A)  Marguerite;  a  comedy 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  E.  T.  Yarnell. 
©  1  c.  May  5,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10420; 
Ellis  Thomas  Yarnell,  1200  Espla- 
nade, Redondo  Beach,  Calif.       3093 

Molly  comes  to  Hollywood;  by  Jean 
Gill  [pseud,  of  J.  Threadgill]  ©  1 
c.  May  7,  1931;  D  unpub.  10463; 
Jeannette  Threadgill,  640  N.  Kings- 
ley  Drive,  Los  Angeles.  3094 

Monkey  runner ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
S.  E.  Dockrell  and  Neil  Anders 
[pseud,  of  M.  A.  Kenrick]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10494 ;  Sam- 
uel Edge  Dockrell,  156  Terry  Rd., 
Hartford,  Conn,  and  Marie  Ander- 
son Kenrick,  155  Pleasant  St.,  Win- 
throp,  Mass.  3095 

Moon  maiden ;  a  play,  by  V.  Williams 
and  Alice  Crawford  [i.  e.  A.  C.  Wil- 
liams] ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10764;  Valentine  Williams  and 
Alice  Crawford  Williams,  Savoy 
Plaza   Hotel,   New   York.  3096 

Moonlight  on  the  elms;  an  Arbor  Day 
playlet,  by  I.  M.  Smith.  ©  1  c.  May 
26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10736 ;  Use  Mar- 
garet Smith,  1855  Wyoming  Ave.. 
Washington.  3097 

Morte  d' Arthur.  See  Queen  (The)  of 
Camelot. 

Mothers  melody ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  L. 
Langtree.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10404;  Louis  Langtree,  5  W. 
52d  St.,  New  York.  3098 

Mourning  becomes  Electra.  See  also 
Haunted. 

Mourning  becomes   Electra.     See   also 

liumecoming. 

Mourning  becomes  Electra.  See  also 
Hunted. 


Movie  (A)  kiss;  a  1-act  sketch,  by  B. 
S.  Cornwallis-West.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10756;  Beatrice 
Stella  Cornwallis-West,  11  W.  42d 
St.,  New  York.  30&9 

Murdered  alive;  a  thrill-o-drama,  by 
Helen  Baxter  and  R.  Murphy.  ©  1. 
c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10405; 
Ralph  Murphy,  %  Lynn  Manor  Apts.,. 
6370  Franklin  Ave.,  Hollywood,. 
Calif.  3100' 

Mush  and  Poke,  ash  haulers ;  a  black- 
face talking  act,  by  Arthur  Le  Roy 
Kaser.  Chicago  [1931]  11  p.  12mo.. 
©  May  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  11 ;  D  pub.. 
694;  T.  S.  Denison  &  Co.,  Chicago.. 

310t 

Musical  interlude ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Judith  Ben-Or  and  Jack  Rennick 
[pseud,  of  J.  Reznick]  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  10725;  Jacob 
Reznick,  1680  E.  17th  St.,  Brooklyn. 

3102 

My  house  of  dreams;  a  comedy  in  3- 
acts,  by  Esther  C.  Averill.  Boston, 
[1931]  85  p.  12mo.  ©  May  11, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  14 ;  D  pub.  700 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  3103 

My  lover's  arms ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  W.  Homan.  ©  1  c.  May  20^ 
1931;  D  unpub.  10664;  Helen  Wal- 
ker Homan,  Wade  Park  Manor, 
Cleveland.  3104 

Mysterious  (The)  something.  See 
Black    (The)   sheep  of  Rexborough. 

Mysterious  (The)  way;  a  drama  in 
3  acts,  by  J.  B.  Hymer  and  W.  E. 
Barry.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10678;  John  B.  Hymer  and 
William  E.  Barry,  150  W.  55th  St.,. 
New  York.  3105 

Mystery  girl  of  China ;   a  play  in   1 
act,  by  William  Cutti.     ©  1  c.  Apr.. 
9,    1931;    D    unpub.    10666;    Berta 
Cutti,   162  W.  56th   St.,  New  York. 

310S 

Naughty  Nicholas ;  a  musical  play  in 
2  acts,  book  by  R.  H.  Burnside  and 
Frederick  W.  Sidney.  Text.  ©  1 
c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10490; 
R.  H.  Burnside,  226  W.  47th  St.. 
New  York,  and  Vida  C.  Sidney,  155^ 
N.  Broadway,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.      3107 

New  (The)  freedom;  a  comedy  in  3" 
acts,  by  Marjorie  Paradis.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931] 
167  p.  12mo.  (Morningside  plays 
of  Columbia  university)     ©  May  22, 


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1931 ;  2  c.  May  27 ;  D  pub.  724 ;  Mar- 
jorie  Paradis,  Brooklyn.  3108 

Nibelungen  (Die)  ;  tragikomodie  [in  5 
akten]  von  Luclwig  Brinkmann. 
Als  unverkaufliches  manuskript  ver- 
vielfiiltier.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1.. 
[3] -126  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10525;  Vertriebs- 
stelle  des  Yerbandes  deutscher  buh- 
nenschriftsteller  und  biihnenkom- 
ponisten,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.        3109 

Nightmare;  a  satirical  farce  in  3  acts, 
by  Roger  Wheeler.  Boston  [1931] 
128  p.  diagr.  12ino.  ©  May  27, 
1931 ;  2  c.  June  1 ;  D  pub.  728 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  3110 

Nightshade ;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by  C. 
J.  Longyear.  ©  1  c.  May  4,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10509 ;  Caroline  Judkins 
Longyear,  110  W.  Main  St.,  Lansing, 
Mich.  3111 

Niquette ;  operette  en  3  actes,  de  Henri 
Wernert  et  Albert  de  Teneuille, 
musique  de  Guv  LaFarge.  [Paris, 
1931]  94  p.  8vo.  Text.  ©  May 
1,  1931 ;  1  c.  June  3 ;  D  pub.  10911 ; 
C.  Joubert  et  cie,  Paris.  3112 

Nos  complets  a  59-frs  50.     See  Theatre. 

Offizielle  (Die)  frau ;  operette  in  3 
akten,  von  Richard  Kessler  und 
Max  Jungk,  gesangstexte  von  Franz 
Norden,  inusik  von  Robert  Winter- 
berg.  Regiebuch.  Berlin,  1926. 
159.  [1]  p.  diagrs.  8vo.  Text.  © 
Feb.  18,  1926 ;  1  c.  Oct.  8 ;  A  Foreign 
11008 ;  Arcadia  verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.. 
Berlin.  3112* 

Oh  Charlie!  piece  en  2  actes  et  10 
tableaux,  par  Jean  Bastia  [pseud,  of 
J.  Simoni]  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10731 ;  Jean  Simoni,  15,  Rue 
Choron,  Paris.  3113 

Oh — prunes ;  a  burlesque  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  H.  W.  Van  Loon  and  Kar- 
rakis  [i.  e.  S.  Karrakis]  ©  1  c. 
May  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10646 ;  Hen- 
drik  Willem  Van  Loon,  Varre,  Hol- 
land, and  Samuel  Karrakis,  1632  E. 
21st  St.,  Brooklyn.  3114 

Old  (The)  Ordway  house;  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  Alice  Williams  Chaplin. 
Boston  [1931]  128  p.  diagr. 
12mo.  ©  May  27,  1931;  2  c.  June 
1 ;  D  pub.  731 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co., 
Boston.  3115 

Old  sins — new  ways ;  a  modern  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  R.  Hanna  and  Robinson 
Peale  [pseud,  of  P.  Lockwood]  © 
1  c.  May  23.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  1070"  ; 


Robert  Hanna,  241  W.  12th  St.,  and 
Preston  Lockwood,  42  Washington 
Sq.,  New  York.  3116 

On  tourne.     See  Theatre. 

One  of  those  days ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Margaret  Cameron  [i.  e.  M.  C.  Kil- 
vert]  New  York  city,  Los  Angeles, 
[1931]  3  p.  1.,  48  p.  12mo.  © 
May  18,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  27 ;  D  pub. 
722;  Margaret  Cameron  Kilvert, 
New  York.  3117 

Only  a  boy ;  a  play  in  5  scenes,  by  J. 
C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10438 ;  Jennie  Clare  Lock- 
hart,  3900  Adams   St.,  Des  Moines. 

3118 

Out  goes  she !  a  comedy  of  bad  mau- 
ners  in  1  act,  by  Philip  Johnson. 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. ;  New 
York,  Samuel  French,  inc.  [1931] 
47  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ( [French's 
acting  ed.,  no.  1309])  ©  Mar.  27, 
1931;  1  c.  May  15;  D  pub.  10599; 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  London.     3119 

Out  of  bonds ;  by  Billy  House  [i.  e.  W. 
House]  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10471;  William  House,  5316 
WaA^eland  Ave.,  Chicago.  3120 

Out  of  the  earth ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  B.  Strickland.  ©  1  c.  May  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10658;  Mark  Bar- 
salou  Strickland,  97  Pond  St., 
Natick,  Mass.  3121 

Out  of  the  night.     See  First  nighter. 

Packa  (Russian  Easter)  ;  a  sketch, 
by  C.  J.  Williams.  ©  1  c.  May  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10579;  Clara  Jane 
Williams,  1211  7th  Ave.,  Seattle. 

3122 

Pageant  based  on  the  teaching  of  Sci- 
ence of  being;  by  M.  W.  Beebe.  © 
1  c.  May  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10616 ; 
Marie  Wernli  Beebe,  313  Studio 
Bldg.,  Portland,  Or.  3123 

Pair  (A)  of  nuts  ;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  B.  R.  Tuttle.  ©  1  c.  May  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10611;  Burl  Ray 
Tuttle,  P.  O.  Box  730.  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3124 

Paix  (La)  ;  en  8  scenes  &  2  tableaux, 
adaptation  libre  d'  Aristophane,  by 
C.  Autran.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10533 ;  Charles  Autran, 
14  I)  is  Rue  de  la  Colonie,  Paris. 

3125 

Panamaskandal :  stuck  in  acht  szenen, 
von  Eberhard  Wolfgang  Moller. 
Berlin,    1930.     2    p.    1.,     [3]-107    p. 


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Panamaskandal — Continued. 

8vo.  ©  Aug.  7,  1930 ;  1  c.  Apr.  8, 
1931 ;  D  pub.  10429 ;  Gustav  Kiepen- 
heuer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Berlin.  3126 

Pandora  lifts  the  lid ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Edwin  Scribner.  Chicago 
[1931]  161  p.  12mo.  ©  May  5, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  7 ;  D  pub.  684 ;  T.  S. 
Denison  &  co.,  Chicago.  3127 

Panne  um  mitternacht ;  operette  in  3 
akten,  von  Hanns  Dekner,  musik 
von  Harry  Waldau.  Als  unverkau- 
fliches  manuskript  vervielfaltigt. 
Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  4-96  p.  8vo. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931;  D  un- 
pub.  10526;  Vertriebsstelle  des  Ver- 
bandes  deutscher  biihnenschriftstel- 
ler  und  biihnenkomponisten,  g.  m.  b. 
h.,  Berlin.  3128 

Paradise ;  a  satire  in  3  acts,  by  T. 
Malloy  and  P.  Biancardo.  ©  1  c. 
May  16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10760; 
Thomas  Malloy,  9215  3d  Ave.,  and 
Pascal  Biancardo,  612  Metropolitan 
Ave.,  Brooklyn.  3129 

Payment  deferred;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue, 3  acts  and  an  epilogue,  by 
Jeffrey  Dell,  adapted  from  C.  S.  For- 
ester's novel.  ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10673;  Jeffrey  Flowers 
Dell,  4-5  Adam  St.,  London.        3130 

Pearl  (The)  of  great  price;  a  play,  by 
E.  Earl.  ©  1  c.  May  11,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10510;  Eleanor  Earl,  1812 
W.  27th  St.,  Los  Angeles.  3131 

Pearly  (The)  City;  a  musical  drama, 
arranged  by  R.  T.  Tindal,  composi- 
tion by  Ellen  Scott  Davis  and  R.  T. 
Tindal.  Text.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10786;  Ruby  T.  Tindal,  38 
Cedar  St.,  Charleston,  S.  C.         3132 

Pearly  gates;  a  musical  morality  play, 
by  Frederick  Hall.  Libretto.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10632 ;  Fred- 
erick Hall,  261  Ashby  St.,  N.  W.  and 
Chas.  H.  Loeb,  22  Butler  St.,  N.  E., 
Atlanta.  3133 

Peck's  bad  boy  and  his  Pa.  See  Ad- 
ventures of  Peck's  bad  boy. 

Peer  Gynt.     See  Four  plays  by  Ibsen. 

Pensioned ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  K. 
Berry,  jr.  ©  1  c.  May  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10718;  John  K.  Berry,  jr.,  97 
Milk  St.,  Boston.  3134 

Pepe  (Livret  de)  ;  com^die  musicale 
en  3  actes,  livret  de  Andr6  Barde 
[pseud,  of  Andre  Bourdonneau] 
niusique  de  Maurice  Yvain.     Paris, 


1931.  1  p.  1.,  136  p.  4to.  ©  Apr.  1, 
1931;  1  c.  Apr.  23;  D  pub.  10542; 
Francis  Salabert,  Paris.  3135 

Perfect  failure ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  Alos.  ©  1  c.  May  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10468 ;  Christopher  Alos,  3454 
Crescent  St.,  Astoria,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

3136 

Perfectly  happy;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Lee  Salt  [pseud,  of  F.  Malm  and 
M.  Malm]  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10383 ;  Marguerite  Malm  and 
Frances  Malm,  Box  24,  Glen  Lake, 
Minn.  3137 

Peter  Rabbit ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
Pugsley.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10723 ;  Margot  Pugsley,  3701 
Gillham  Rd.,  Kansas  City,  Md.    3138 

Pierre  .  .  .  ou  Jack ;  piece  en  3  actes 
et  1  prologue,  de  F.  de  Croisset.  © 
1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10728; 
Francis  de  Croisset,  199  Blvd.  St. 
Germain,  Paris.  3139 

Pigsties  with  spires;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Matthews.  ©  1  c.  May 
19,  1931;  D  unpub.  10648;  Adelaide 
Matthews,  Hotel  Wellington,  55th 
St.  &  7th  Ave.,  New  York.  3140 

Pilgrims  of  the  way;  a  drama  of  the 
early  church,  by  Dorothy  Clarke 
Wilson.  Boston,  Walter  H.  Baker 
co.  [1931]  28  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr. 
16,  1931;  2  c.  May  2;  D  pub.  675; 
Dorothy  Clarke  Wilson,  33  Pleasant 
St.,  Westbrook,  Me.  3141 

Platane  (Le)  ;  roman  dramatique  en 
3  parties  de  G.  Delaquys.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  10534; 
Georges  Delaquys,  Mas  St.  Joseph, 
Rochegude,  DrOme,  France.  3142 

Playing  God ;  a  heroesque  comedy  in 
prologue  and  2  acts,  by  Jack  N. 
Berkman.  Boston.  The  Christopher 
publishing  house  [1931]  136  p.  8vo. 
©  May  23,  1931;  2  c.  May  29;  D 
pub.  736;  Jack  N.  Berkman,  Steu- 
benville,  O.  3143 

Plays  for  young  people;  [by]  Florence 
Anne  Marsh.  Boston,  New  York 
[etc.,  1931]  x,  351  p.  front.,  illus., 
music.  16mo.  (Academy  classics  for 
junior  high  schools)  Dramatic  con- 
tents :  Robin  Hood. — Kidnapped. — 
The  Bishop's  silver  candlesticks. — 
Rip  Van  Winkle. — Captain  John 
Smith  and  Pocahontas. — The  Boston 
tea  party. — The  martyr-hero  of  the 
revolution. — Rumpelstiltskin. — T  h  e 
taming  of  the  shrew. — The  merry 
wives  of  Windsor. — The  comedy  of 


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errors.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c.  Apr. 
29:  aff.  Apr.  28;  A  37034;  Allyn  and 
Bacon,  Boston.  3143* 

Pleasure  hunt ;  a  play  in  1  act.  by  R. 
E.  Wood.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931;  D 
nnpul).  10G49;  Robert  E.  Wood,  515 
Farmers  Bank  Bldsr.,  Pittsburgh. 

3144 

Poker  fac^ :  a  drama  in  1  act.  by  B. 
R.  Tiittle.  ©  1  c.  May  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10613;  Burl  Ray  Tuttle, 
P.  O.  Box  730,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

3145 

Poor  as  church  mice ;  a  play  in  3 
scenes,  by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c. 
May  7.  1931;  D  unpub.  10440;  Jen- 
nie Clare  Lockhart,  3900  Adams  St.. 
Des  Moines.  3146 

Poor  little  Tike ;  a  play  in  2  scenes,  by 
J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10446:  Jennie  Clare  Lock- 
hart, 3900  Adams   St.,  Des  Moines. 

3147 

Por  las  nubes.  See  A  ver  que  hace 
un  bomb  re ! 

Portage:  a  play  in  11  scenes,  by  E. 
Clapham.  ©  1  c.  May  6.  1931;  D 
unpub.  10450;  Emilia  Clapham.  901 
Grizzly  Peak  Blvd.,  Berkeley,  Calif. 

314« 

Posterity;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by  Mar- 
old  F.  Rubinstein.  ©  1  c.  May  11, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10638 ;  H.  F.  Rubin- 
stein, 5  and  6  Raymond  Buildings, 
Grays  Inn,   London. 

3149 

Prayer  of  the  padre ;  a  pageant-play 
in  6  episodes,  bv  C.  E.  Pressley.  © 
1  c.  May  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10506; 
Charles  Eugene  Pressley,  15  W.  Car- 
rillo    St.,    Santa   Barbara,    Calif. 

3150 

Precieuses  (Les)  ridicules  and  Le 
medecin  nialgre  lui ;  [par  Jean  Bap- 
tiste  Poquelin  Moliere]  ed.  with 
notes  and  vocabulary,  by  Jean  J. 
Labat.  with  introduction  by  C.  H.  C. 
Wright.  New  York,  1930.  xvi,  114 
p.  12mo.  (Moliere's  masterpieces) 
©  Sept.  3.  1930 ;  2  c.  Feb.  16,  1931 : 
aff.  Mar.  7;  A  33771;  Prentice-Hall, 
inc..  New  York.  3150* 

Proletariat  plus ;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by 
D.  C.  Cameron.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  10458;  Donald  Churchill 
Cameron,  79151-2  Norton  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  3151 

Proposition ;  a  comedy  in  2  acts,  by 
G.  F.  Marion,  jr.  and  A.  C.  O'Dea. 


©  1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10680;  Anne  Caldwell  O'Dea,  Bev- 
erly Wilshire  Hotel,  and  George  F. 
Marion,  jr.,  605  N.  Alpine  Drive, 
Beverly  Hills,   Calif.    *  3152 

Purple  capsule ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  H.  Brownell.  ©  1  c.  May  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10388;  George 
Hiram  Brownell,  327  S.  La  Salle  St., 
Chicago.  3153 

Queen  (The)  of  Camelot ;  a  pageant 
drama  in  S  scenes,  based  on  Tenny- 
son's Idylls  of  the  King  and  Sir. 
Thos.  Malory's  Morte  d'  Arthur, 
adapted  by  E.  Kruckemeyer,  with 
complete  musical  score  C.  C.  Virtue. 
©  1  c.  May  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  28013 ; 
Erna  Kruckemeyer,  3366  Morrison 
Ave.,  and  Constance  Cochnower  Vir- 
tue, 2616  University  Ct,  Cincin- 
nati. 3154 

Quite  the  contrary;  a  comedy  in  4 
acts.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  6,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10403;  Lillian  P.  Wilson,  723 
W.  4th   St.,   Marion,   Ind.  3155 

Rachel ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  G. 
Pote.  ©  1  c.  May  14,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10580;  John  Grandin  Pote,  Es- 
planade Gardens,  Mount  Vernon, 
N.    Y.  3156 

Racine  health  department  radio  health 
episodes,  no.  1-15,  by  W.  W.  Bauer. 
©  1  c.  May  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10466  ; 
William  Waldo  Bauer,  City  Hall, 
Racine,  Wis.  3157 

Racketeer  love;  underworld  drama  in 
3  acts,  modified  version  by  Matty 
Mario  and  F.  H.  James.  ©  1  c. 
May  8.  1931 :  D  unpub.  10480 ;  Fred- 
erick H.  James,  316  W.  51st  St., 
New  York.  3158 

Radio  murder.     See  Scotland  Yard. 

Ragged  (The)  prince;  a  musical  play 
in  3  acts,  book  and  lyrics  by  H.  M. 
Clark,  music  by  L.  Cooper.  ©  1  c. 
May  6.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  28018 ;  Helen 
M.  Clark,  145  Winham  St.,  and 
Leonard  Cooper,  119  N.  Main  St., 
Salinas,  Calif.  3159 

Rainbow  of  the  Rio  Grande;  a  comic 
opera  in  2  acts,  by  W.  A.  Stone  and 
F.  B.  Ingram.  Text.  ©  1  c.  May 
1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10793:  Walter 
A.  Stone,  Burlington,  la.,  and  Fred- 
erick B.  Ingram,  229  18th  St.,  Rock 
Island,  111.  3160 

Rainy  (A)  day;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Fred  Ballard.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles,   Samuel  French,  inc. ;  Lon- 


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Rainy   (A)    day — Continued. 

don,  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931.  3 
p.  1.,  5-110,  [3]  p.  plates,  diagrs. 
12mo.  ( [French's  standard  library 
ed.])  ©  May  19, 1931 ;  2  c.  May  27 ; 
D  pub.  725 ;  Samuel  French,  New 
York.  *     3161 

Raising  Junior  (Sultana  escapes)  ; 
by  Peter  Dixon.  (In  Radio  writ- 
ing, by  Peter  Dixon)  ©  Apr.  17, 
1931;  2  c.  May  8;  D  pub.  692;  Na- 
tional broadcasting  c'o.,  inc.,  New 
York.  3162 

Real  dirt;  a  3-act  play,  by  P.  Nyman. 
©  1  c.  May  9,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10485;  Philip  Nyman,  2829  W.  28th 
St.,  Coney  Island,  New  York.     3163 

Realm  (The)  of  Toothland ;  arranged 
and  designed  for  a  health  program, 
by  E.  Markowitz.  ©  1  c.  May  13, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10568 ;  Esther  Mark- 
owitz, Christodora  House,  147  Ave. 
B.,  New  York.  3164 

Red  shadows;  an  original  story  with 
dialogue,  by  Fritz  Stephani  [i.  e.  F. 
Stephani]  ©  1  c.  May  23,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10707;  Frederich  Ste- 
phani, 6364  Yucca  St.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3165 

Reflets ;  en  3  actes  et  4  tableaux,  de  J. 
Collombier.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10727;  Jean  Collombier, 
5.  Blvd.  Jourdan,  Paris.  3166 

Reno-vated ;  a  sketch,  by  H.  S.  Miller 
and  L.  C.  Lehr.  ©  1  c.  May  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10564;  Harry  S. 
Miller  and  Lewis  C.  Lehr,  3705  90th 
St.,  Jackson  Heights,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

3167 

Rented  wives ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Raquel  Marshall.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10635;  Raquel  Eu- 
genia Marshall,  P.  O.  Box  1151,  Vine 
St.  P.  O.,  Hollywood,  Calif.         3168 

Reseachers;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  M. 
Bowman  and  C.  F.  Abbott.  ©  1  c. 
May  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10720 ;  James 
M.  Bowman  &  C.  Frankel  Abbott, 
108  Green  St.,  Reading,  Mass.      3169 

Return  of  Charley  Ross ;  a  dramatic 
composition,  by  R.  Pauley.  Rev.  & 
rewritten  version.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10380 ;  Roy  Pauley, 
102  Jay  St.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y. 

3170 

Rhapsody  (A)  in  red;  a  grand  opera 
uproar,  by  W.  Gaston.  Text.  © 
1  c.  May  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10686  ; 


William  Gaston,   160  W.   231st   St., 
New  York.  3171 

Rip  tide;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  R.  E. 
Earle.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10363;  Richard  Edmund 
Earle,  1515  Aropohoe  St.,  Los  An- 
geles. 3172 

Robert  and  Louisa ;  a  play,  by  Grace 
James.  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel  French, 
inc.,  1931.  24  p.  cliagr.  12mo. 
([French's  plays  for  boys,  no.  19]) 
©  Feb.  20,  1931;  1  c.  May  15;  D 
pub.  10605;  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
London.  3173 

Roll-away;  or,  Birth-control,  a  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  M.  A.  McGuire.  ©  1  c. 
May  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10572 ;  Ma- 
rion A.  McGuire,  2830  E,  78th  St., 
Chicago.  3174 

Rolling  (The)  stone;  a  comedy-drama 
in  3  acts,  by  M^mrice  Shannon  Cor- 
bett  [i.  e.  M.  W.  Corbett]  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  21,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10721 ;  Mau- 
rice William  Corbett,  %  Law  Courts, 
Winnipeg,  Canada.  3175 

Rose  (The)  of  Araby ;  a  musical  play 
in  3  acts,  the  play  and  lyrics  by 
Harold  Simpson  (From  a  story  by 
Henry  Thorp)  the  music  by  Merlin 
Morgan.  London.  Samuel  French, 
ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel  French,  inc., 
1930.  62  p.  cliagrs.  8vo.  ([French's 
acting  ed.,  no.  790])  ©  Nov.  24, 
1930;  1  c.  Dec.  30;  D  pub.  10660; 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  London.      3176 

Rotheim ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  W. 
Larey.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10656 ;  Max  Wagner  Larey,  620 
N.  St.  Andrews  PI.,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

3177 

Ruisseau ;  [en  3  acte,  par]  Pierre 
Wolff.  Paris  [1931]  62  p.  plates. 
8vo.  ©  Mar.  26.  1931 ;  1  c.  May  1  ; 
A — Foreign  11986;  Jules  Tallandier, 
Paris.  8177* 

Rumor;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  Ellis. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  28,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10453;   Elizabeth   Ellis,   42  W.   54th 

St..  New  York.  3178 

Runaround  (The)  ;  a  sketch,  by  M.  F. 
Correa.  ©  1  c.  May  26,  1931:  D 
unpub.  10754;  Mathias  F.  Correa,  1S3 
McDonough  St.,  Brooklyn.  3179 

Sabine  (The)  women;  or.  Improbable 
history  for  beginners  ;  [a  play  in  1 
act]  by  J.  Darmady.  London,  Sam- 
uel French;  ltd.  ;  New  York.  Samuel 
French,  inc..  1931.    23.  [1]  p.    diagr. 


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3196 


12mo.  ([French's  acting  ed.,  no. 
22711)  ©  Feb.  11,  1931;  1  c.  May 
15;  D  pub.  10659;  Samuel  French, 
ltd.,  London.  3180 

Saint  (A)  and  Satan;  a  drama  in  3 
parts,  by  F.  I.  Donovan.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10495 ;  Flor- 
ence Imelda  Donovan,  3547  E.  161st 
St.,  Cleveland.  3181 

Sans  tambour  ni  trompette ;  operette 
en  3  actes  et  4  tableaux,  de  Pierre 
Veber  et  Henry  de  Gorsse,  musique 
de  Henri  Casadesus,  Partition  chant 
et  piano  reduite  par  l'auteur.  Paris 
[19311  4  p.  1.,  196  p.  fol.  ©  Apr. 
15,  1931 ;  1  c.  May  14 ;  D  pub.  28037  ; 
Choudens,  Paris.  3182 

Savage  rhythm  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  Hamilton  and  N.  Foster.  ©  1  c. 
May  15,  1931;  D  unpub.  10781; 
Harry  Hamilton,  220  S.  Perry  St., 
Montgomery,  Ala.,  and  Norman  Fos- 
ter. 2204  N.  Vine  St.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3183 

Saving  grace ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by 
Elizabeth  C.  Spring.  Boston,  [1931] 
19  p.  12mo.  ©  May  27,  1931 ;  2  c. 
June  1;  D  pub.  735;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3184 

Scandal  Town ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  B.  Strickland.  ©  1  c.  May  22, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10697 ;  Mark  Barsa- 
lou  Strickland,  97  Pond  St.,  Natick, 
Mass.  3185 

Scored  for  brasses  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
F.  Irving.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10558 ;  Franklin  Irving,  1353 
E.  27th  St.,  Brooklyn.  3186 

Scotland  Yard,  a  radio  sketch,  no.  24, 
by  Richard  A.  Martinsen.  ©  1  c. 
Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10368  ;  Dell 
pub.  co.,  New  York.  3187 

no.  25,  by  Lester  Dent,  adapted 

from  Radio  murder.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10584 ;  Dell  pub.  co., 
New  York.  3188 

no.  26,  by  Richard  A.  Martinsen, 

adapted  from  Dumdum  death.  © 
1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10586; 
Dell  pub.  co.,  New  York.  3189 

Script  girl ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Gerstein.  ©  1  c.  May  23,  193.1;  D 
unpub.  10700;  Evelyn  Gerstein.  57 
W.  75th  St.,  New  York.  3190 

Second  first-night ;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue. 3  acts  and  an  epilogue,  by  R. 
Comly.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10482;  Robert  Comly,  De- 
von,  Pa.  3191 


Secrets  of  a  secretary ;  or,  The  social 
secretary,  by  Charles  Brackett.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10424 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

3192 

Sefira  teg;  a  drama  for  a  movie  talk- 
ing-picture, by  A.  Chassin. 

)vn  nxa  d*oi  -iND  ,iJn$  jhvdd  ^i 

©  1  c.  Apr.  29,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10359;  Asher  Chassin,  104  2d  Ave., 
New  York.  3193 

Serpent  (The)     See  Forced  marriage. 

Serpent  (The)  cult;  a  melodrama  in 
3  acts,  by  C.  Wilbur.  ©  1  c.  May 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10689;  Crane 
Wilbur,  c/o  A.  M.  Landau,  1509  N. 
Vine  St.,  Hollywood,  Calif.  3194 

Seven  and  ten ;  a  play  in  4  scenes, 
by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10445 ;  Jennie  Clare 
Lockhart,  3900  Adams  St.,  Des 
Moines.  3195 

Shanghai ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  W. 
Stuckes.  London,  Samuel  French, 
ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel  French, 
inc.,  1930.  20,  [2]  p.  diagrs.  12mo. 
([French's  acting  ed.,  no.  1973]) 
©  Dec.  29,  1930;  1  c.  May  15.  1931; 
D  pub.  10604;  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
London.  3196 

Short  plays ;  edited  by  Edwin  Van  B. 
Knickerbocker.  New  York  [1931] 
xv,  532  p.  12mo.  Dramatic  con- 
tents :  The  florist  shop,  by  Winifred 
Hawkridge. — The  game  of  chess,  by 
Kenneth  Sawyer  Goodman. — The 
man  who  married  a  dumb  wife,  by 
Anatole  France. — Two  crooks  and  a 
lady,  by  Eugene  Pillot. — Torches,  by 
Kenneth  Raisbeck. — Poor  Madda- 
lena,  by  Louise  Saunders. — A  wed- 
ding, by  John  Kirkpatrick. — The 
valiant,  by  Holworthy  Hall  and 
Robert  Middlemass. — The  gods  of 
the  mountain,  by  Lord  Dunsany. — 
Pyramus  and  Thisbe,  by  William 
Shakspere  (Scenes  from  A  midsum- 
mer night's  dream)  On  vengeance 
height,  by  Allan  Davis. — The  noble 
lord,  by  Percival  Wilde. — Allison's 
lad,  by  Beulah  Marie  Dix. — The 
stepmother,  by  Arnold  Bennett. — 
Where  the  cross  is  made,  by  Eugene 
O'Neill.— Ulysses,  by  Stephen  Phil- 
lips (Act  III  of  Ulysses,  a  drama) 


171 


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3196* 


pt.  I,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Short  plays — Continued. 

©  Apr.  15,  1931;  2  c.  and  aff.  Apr. 
21 ;  A  35942 ;  Henry  Holt  &  CO.,  New 
York.  3196* 

Silver  legs;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  L. 
Yelverton.  ©  1  c.  May  22,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10687 ;  Lillie  Yelverton,  2802 
P.  St.,  N.  W.,  Washington.         3197 

Sin ;  a  comedy  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  de  la  Torres.  ©  1  c.  May  11, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10481 ;  Gavino  de  la 
Torres,  5926  Barton  Ave.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  3198 

Singing  leaves ;  an  operetta  in  3 
acts,  play  by  Velma  Warner  Hen- 
rickson.  music  by  J.  M.  Buchanan. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
28014;  Joseph  M.  Buchanan,  27  E. 
Pine  St.,  Long  Beach,  N.  Y.        3199 

Sins  of  the  proletariat;  a  sketch,  by 
H.  Meyers,  ©  1  c.  May  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10454 ;  Harry  Meyers,  92d 
St.  &  Lexington  Ave.,  New  York. 

3200 

Skyscraper;  by  Lawrence  Holcomb. 
(In  Radio  writing,  by  Peter  Dixon) 
©  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  8 ;  D  pub. 
687 ;  National  broadcasting  co.,  inc., 
New  York.  3201 

Slave  (The)  market;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Bachman.  ©  1  c.  May  4, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10415 ;  Abraham 
Bachman,  826  S.  Eastman  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  3202 

Slot-machine;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  Kissin.  ©  1  c.  May  5.  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10422;  Rita  Kissin,  622 
Beach  32d   St.,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

3203 

Sob  (The)  sister;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Paul  and  Basil  Dickey.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles  [1931]  3  p.  1.,  12,  [1] 
p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  9,  1931; 
2  c.  May  15 ;  D  pub.  707 ;  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  3204 

Social  engineering;  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  Julius  Reuter  [pseud,  of  Paul 
Wilkes.  Cleveland,  1931]  45,  [1] 
p.  illus.  8vo.  ©  Apr.  23,  1931; 
2  c.  and  aff.  Apr.  25:  AA  68170; 
Odin  pub.   co.,   Cleveland.  3205 

Social  (The)  secretary.  See  Secrets 
of  a  secretary. 

Soft  (A)  snap;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Carl  Pierce  (Adam  Applebud)  Bos- 
ton [19311  132  p.  diagr.  12mo. 
©  May  13,  1931;  2  c.  June  1;  D 
pub.  733;  Walter  H.  Baker  co.. 
Boston.  3206 


Sogno  (Un)  ;  ovvero,  II  borghese 
umanitario ;  sandwich  in  3  parti 
[di]  Fergran  [pseud,  of  F.  Granato] 
Roma,  Tre  autori,  1931.  2  p.  1., 
7-135,  [1]  p.  12mo.  ©  Feb.  28, 
1931 ;  I.e.  Apr,  9 ;  D  pub.  10386 ; 
Ferdinando  Granato,  Rome.        3207 

Solid  South;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Lawton  Campbell  [i.  e.  Charles 
Lawton  Campbell]  New  York,  Los 
Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc ;  Lon- ' 
don,  Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931] 
102,  [1]  p.  front,  (port.)  plates, 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  31,  1931; 
2  c.  May  15;  D  pub.  710:  Samuel 
French,  New  York.  3208 

Sometimes  they  marry;  a  comedy- 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  M.  C.  Webster. 
©  1  c.  May  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10767 ;  M.  Coates  Webster,  361  Pros- 
pect St.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.        3209 

South  is  South;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Lelia  May-Smith.  Boston  [1931] 
2  p.  1.,  3-100  p.  12mo.  ©  Mar.  31, 
1931 :  2  c.  Apr.  6 ;  D  pub.  682 ;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  3210 

South  Sea ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts,  by 
Leon  De  Costa,  based  on  Wilhelm 
Speyer's  Suedsee.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  13, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10493;  Olive  De 
Costa,  67  W.  52d  St.,  New  York. 

3211 

Spirit  (A)  almost  divine;  a  play  in  4 
acts,  by  E.  L.  Howard.  ©  1  c.  May 
15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10597  ;  Ethan  L. 
Howard,  105  Ruggles  St.,  Roxbury, 
Mass.  3212 

Spiritismus  (Der)  ;  lustspiel  in  3  akten 
mit  gesang,  von  J.  Diners.  ©  1  c. 
May  20,  1931;  D  unpub.  10661; 
Julius  Diners,  442  10th  Ave.  between 
34th  &  35th  St.,  New  York.  3213 

Spring  song;  a  1-act  play,  by  A.  C. 
Darlington.  ©  1  c.  May  4,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10409;  Anne  Charlotte 
Darlington,  1810  Massachusetts  Ave.. 
Washington.  3214 

Squaring  the  triangle ;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  C.  H.  Fitzhugh.  ©  1  c.  May  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10488;  Carroll  H. 
Fitzhugh,  807  Ridge  Ave.,  N.  S., 
Pittsburgh.  3215 

Squirreley;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Helen  August  and  Rudolph  A. 
August.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10361 ;  Helen  August  and 
Rudolph  August,  8134  Evans  Ave., 
Chicago.  3216 


172 


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no.  5, 1931 


3237 


Star  gazing ;  a  comedy  playlet  in  1  act, 
by  V.  Gray  and  G.  M.  Burton.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10791 ; 
Vernon  Gray,  37-19  83d  St.,  Jackson 
Heights,  New  York  and  G.  Marion 
Burton,  399  E.  78th  St.,  New  York. 

3217 

Star  (A)  in  darkness.  See  Sweet- 
hearts of  America. 

Starland ;  a  sketch,  by  I.  M.  Smith. 
©  1  c.  May  26,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10738;  Use  Margaret  Smith,  1855 
Wyoming  Ave.,  Washington.       3218 

Station  KUKU ;  by  Raymond  Knight. 
(In  Radio  writing,  by  Peter  Dixon) 
©  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  8 ;  D  pub. 
690 ;  National  broadcasting  co.,  inc., 
New  York.  3219 

Steak  and  onions;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
Natalie  Rodman  [pseud,  of  E.  W. 
Perry]  ©  1  c.  May  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10621 ;  Elisabeth  Wall  Perry, 
2730  Pacific  Heights,  Honolulu. 

3220 

Steamship  (A)  dock;  a  sketch,  by  H. 
Cunningham.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10492 ;  Harry  Cunningham, 
1553  E.  45th  St.,  Brooklyn.  3221 

Stick  'em  up;  a  farcical  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Philip  Faraday  [pseud,  of 
R.  H.  Gregory  and  J.  M.  Gregory] 
©  1  c.  Apr.  18,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10398;  Rhode  H.  Gregory,  90  Mel- 
bourne Ave.,  Mamaroneck,  N.  Y., 
and  John  M.  Gregory,  342  W.  89th 
St.,  New  York.  3222 

Stingy  (The)  suitor  ;  [a  play  in  3  acts] 
by  Anna  Emilia  Daniel.  Detroit, 
Mich.  [1931]  24  p.  8vo.  ©  Apr. 
30,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  11 ;  D  pub.  712 ; 
Anna  E.  Daniel,  Detroit,  3223 

Strange  circumstance  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  L.  Eyre.  ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10802 ;  Laurence  Eyre,  399 
Park  Ave.,  New  York.  3224 

Strictly  business;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  W.  A.  Sleeper.  ©  1  c.  May  11, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10518;  Wesley 
Arnold  Sleeper,  1317  W.  58th  PI., 
Los  Angeles.  3225 

Striving  (The)  upwards;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  B.  Bengal.  ©  1  c.  May  14, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10574;  Ben  Bengal, 
17  Ludlow  St.,  New  York.  3226 

Studyin'  war  no  more.    See  Voices. 

Suedsee.    See  South  Sea. 

Suffer  little  children.  See  Hell's 
kitchen. 


Sultana  escapes.     See  Raising  Junior. 

Sun  (The)  and  I;  a  play  by  B.  N. 
Stavisky.  ©  1  c.  May  6,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10456 ;  Bernard  Nathan 
Stavisky,  175  E.  151st  St.,  New  York. 

3227 

Sure  cure ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  Len 

D.  Hollister.  Chicago,  [1931]  169  p. 
12mo.  ©  May  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  7 ; 
D  pub.  685;  T.  S.  Denison  &  co., 
Chicago.  3228 

Swap ;  a  sketch,  by  W.  D.  Kramer  and 
Larry  E.  Johnson.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10375;  W.  Dixon 
Kramer,  11  W.  42d  St.,  New  York. 

3229 

Sweethearts  of  America ;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  Edgar  M.  Schoenberg. 
no.  3.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  17,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10369 ;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New  York. 

3230 

no.   4,   adapted   from   Love 

wears  a  mask.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10583 ;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  3231 

no.  5,  adapted  from  A  star  in 

darkness.  ©  1  c.  May  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10587;  Dell  pub.  co.,  New 
York.  3232 

Swift  feet ;  a  play  in  4  scenes,  by  J. 
C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10436;  Jennie  Clare  Lock- 
hart,  3900  Adams   St.,  Des  Moines. 

3233 

Symphony ;  a  drama  of  motion  and 
light,  by  H.  A.  Voaden  and  Lowrie 
Warrener.  ©  1  c.  May  13,  1981 ;. 
D  unpub.  10567 ;  Herman  A.  Voaden, 
Port   Stanley,   Ontario,   Canada. 

3234 

Synthetic  (The)  princess;  musical 
comedy  in  2  acts,  book  and  lyrics 
by  J.  M.  Gower,  music  by  Louis 
Drakeford  [pseud,  of  L.  H.  Drake- 
ford]  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 28023;  Jean  Milne  Gower,  221 

E.  57th  St.,  New  York,  and  Lewis 
Henry  Drakeford,  2605  29th  St.,  As- 
toria, L.  I.,  N.  Y.  3235 

Szeretok  elonyben ;  vigjatek  3  felvo- 
nasban,  irta  :  Kardos  Andor  [i.  e.  An- 
dor  Kardos]  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10531 ;  Francis  Revesz, 
Budapest,  Hungary.  3236 

Tanzer  der  Konigin ;  theaterstiick,  in 
3  akten,  von  Ladislaus  Bus-Fekete. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10535;  Francis  Revesz,  Budapest, 
Hungary.  3237 


173 


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3238 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Take  a  card;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  V. 
Cosby  and  S.  Warde.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
21,  1931;  D  unpub.  10504;  Vivian 
Cosby  and  Shirley  Warde,  50  W. 
67th  St.,  New  York.  3238 

Tale  (A)  of  two  sillies ;  a  farce  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  Carl  Pierce  (Adam 
Applebud)  Boston  [1931]  135  p. 
cliagr.      12mo.      ©    May    27,    1931; 

2  c.  June  1 ;  D  pub.  729 ;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3239 

Talentierte  (Die)  Hoheit;  komodie  in 

3  akten,  von  G.  Dregely.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  10397; 
Gabriel  Dregely,  V.  Falk  Miksa, 
utca  7,  Budapest,  Hungary.        3240 

Tarts  (The)  of  a  tag-along;  an  epi- 
sode of  the  revolutionary  war,  1776, 
by  I.  M.  Smith.  ©  1  c.  May  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10737;  Use  Mar- 
garet Smith,  1855  Wyoming  Ave., 
Washington.  3241 

Tessie  Franklin ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
E.  Klepper.  ©  1  c.  May  23,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10704;  Esther  Klepper, 
530  W.  157th  St.,  New  York.      3242 

That's  the  way  it  goes;  a  1-act  play, 
by  E.  F.  Hannan.  ©  1  c.  May  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10372;  Edward  F. 
Hannan,  359  Atlantic  Ave.,  Boston. 

3243 

Theatre ;  comedies  en  1  acte  [par 
Edouard  Gustave]  Wiined.  Paris, 
Librairie  Stock,  1931.  4  p.  1.,  [5]- 
47  p.  12mo.  Contents :  On 
tourne. — Nos  complets  a  59i-frs  50. — 
Une  alerte. — Un  bon  diner. — Contra- 
vention. ©  Mar.  3,  1931;  1  c.  May 
1 ;  A—Foreign  11968  ;  Edouard  Gus- 
tave Wiined,  Paris.  3243* 

Their  windows ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  C.  Darlington.  ©  1  c.  May 
4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10410 ;  Anne  Char- 
lotte Darlington,  1810  Massachu- 
setts Ave.,  Washington.  3244 

These  playthings ;  a  plaisanterie  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  Johns  and  Lloyd  Foster. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10759;  William  Johns,  34-14  81st 
St.,  Jackson  Heights,  New  York. 

3245 

They  had  to  be  taught;  a  satire  in  3 
acts,  by  M.  Eiseman  and  H.  Ker- 
kow.  ©  1  c.  May  23,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10706 ;  Mort  Eiseman,  and  Her- 
bert Kerkow,  Hotel  Alamac,  71st 
&  Broadway,  New  York.  3246 


Thinker  (The)  See  Missing  (The) 
link. 

Those  terrible  talkies;  a  sketch  in  1 
scene,  by  John  P.  Heald.  Boston 
[1931]  20  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  13, 
1931;  2  c.  May  2;  D  pub.  673; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     3247 

Thousand  (The)  and  one  nights.  See 
Aladdin  and  the  wonderful  lamp. 

Three  Christmas  presents ;  pt.  1.  The 
useful  present,  a  trilogy,  by  D.  Mor- 
gan. ©  1  c.  Mar.  13,  1921;  D 
unpub.  10677;  Dorothy  Morgan,  12 
S.  Munn  Ave.,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

3248 

Three  o'clock  in  the  morning;  a  com- 
edy in  3  acts,  by  H  Keefer.  ©  1  c. 
May  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  10560; 
Harry  Keefer,  2617  E.  Preston  St., 
Baltimore.  3249 

Thrills  of  a  bachelor  bridegroom. 
See  Uncle  Henry. 

Throwback  (The)  ;  a  play,  by  R. 
Weisberg.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10552;  Rose  Weisberg,  1525 
N.  Van  Ness  Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

3250 

Tiger  tiger — who  made  thee;  or,  Who 
pays  the  piper,  a  play  in  6  acts,  by 
S.  Daugherty.  ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10671;  Sonia  Daugherty, 
R.  F.  D.  no.  12;  Westport,  Conn. 

3251 

Time  radio ;  by  K.  Kroeck.  ©  1  c. 
May  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10634 ;  Karl 
Kroeck,  169  8th  Ave.,  New  York. 

3252 

Tinkertown  (The)  benefit;  a  comedy 
in  2  acts,  by  Edward  Scott  [i.  e. 
W.  E.  Scott]  ©  1  c.  May  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10391 ;  William  Edward 
Scott,  306  31st  Ave.,  San  Francisco. 

3253 

To  whom  Christ  came ;  a  play  of  the 
Nativity  in  3  scenes,  by  Mary  B. 
Jones.  New  York,  The  Womans 
press,  1931.  44  p.  12mo.  ©  May  5, 
1931;  2  c.  May  8;  D  pub.  699;  Na- 
tional board  of  the  Young  Womens 
Christian  Association  of  the  U.  S.  A., 
New  York.  3254 

Tout  est  calme  au  Mexique !  mono- 
logue de  Andre  Leneka  et  E.  Matrat. 
Paris,  Bruxelles  [1931]  [4]  p.  4to. 
©  Apr.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  23;  D 
pub.  10807;  Francis  Salabert,  Paris. 

3255 

Tragedie  (Le)  [t.  7]  ;  [di]  Euripide 
[i.  e.  Euripides]  con  incisioni  di  A. 


174 


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no.  5,  1931 


3273 


De  Carolis  e  A.  Moroni.  Bologna, 
Italy  [1931]  3  p.  1.,  [31-310  p.,  3  1. 
illus.  Svo.  Contents :  Androinaca. 
—Elena.— II  Ciclope.  ©  Feb.  15, 
1931 ;  1  c.  Mar.  6  ;  A— Foreign  11351 ; 
Casa  etl.  N.  Zanichelli,  Bologna. 
Italy.  3255* 

Treasure ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  Lean. 
©  1  c.  May  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10414  ; 
Cecil  Lean,  Maylean,  Georges  Mill, 
N.  H.  3256 

Triumph  ;  a  play  in  a  prologue  and  3 
acts,  by  Richard  Maibaum.  ©  1  c. 
May  11,  1931:  D  unpub.  10516; 
Richard  Walter  Maibaum,  2701 
Grand  Concourse,  New  York.     3257 

Troublesome  (The)  sex;  a  comedv  in 
1  act,  by  K.  G.  Vilas.  ©  1  c.  May 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  10684;  Kathe- 
rine  Garland  Vilas,  702  1st  Central 
Bldg.,  Madison,  Wis.  3258 

True  to  two;  book  and  lyrics  by  C. 
Berenda  Weinberg,  music  by  E. 
Marnm.  ©  1  c.  May  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  28017 :  Eleanor  Marum,  317 
W.  83d  St.,  New  York.  3259 

Tugendrose  (Die)  :  lustspiel  in  4  auf- 
ziigen,     von     Rudolph     Lothar    und 


Fritz  Gcttwald.     Berlin,  1931. 


P- 


1..  126,  [1]  p.  12mo.  Manuskript. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  14,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10676;  Felix  Bloch  erben,  Berlin. 

3260 
Turn  the  corner ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  MacAteer  and  P.  Loving.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931;  D  unpub.  10399; 
Alan  MacAteer,  1264  Amsterdam 
Ave.,  and  Pierre  Loving,  116  Wa- 
verly  PI..  New  York.  3261 

Turncoat  (The)  ;  a  sketch  in  2  acts, 
by  F.  A.  Mathews,  jr.  ©  1  c.  May 
25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10712 ;  Frank  A. 
Mathews,  jr.,  609  Washington  Ave., 
Palmyra.  N.  J.  3262 

Turnipville  Station ;  Episode  1,  a  com- 
edy dialect  sketch,  by  Ned  Woodman 
(E.  W.  Woodman)  ©  1  c.  May  29, 
1931:  D  unpub.  10800;  Edwin 
Wright  Woodman,  2003  9th  St.,  Mon- 
roe, Wis.  3263 

Two  maiden  ladies ;  a  comedy  in  1 
act,  by  B.  R.  Tuttle.  ©  1  c.  May  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10614;  Burl  Ray 
Tuttle,  P.  O.  Box  730,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3264 

Two  of  a  kind ;  a  play  in  3  scenes, 
by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c.  May  7, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10444;  Jennie  Clare 
Lockhart,  3900  Adams  St.,  Des 
Moines.  3265 


Two  rooms  and  a  tombstone ;  a  movie 
short,  by  L.  McConnell.  ©  1  c. 
May  26,  1931;  D  unpub.  10745; 
Louise  McConnell,  270  Park  Ave., 
New  York.  3266 

Uncle  Henry,  or,  The  thrills  of  a 
bachelor  bridegroom ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  W.  T.  and  R.  R.  Stewart. 
Fairfield,  la.  [1931]  29  numb.  1. 
nar.  fol.  ©  May  9,  1931;  2  c.  May 
15 ;  D  pub.  711 :  Universal  producing 
co.,   Fairfield,   la.  3267 

Under  Western  skies;  a  play,  by  El- 
eanor Earl  [pseud,  of  E.  Drisko] 
©  1  c.  May  29,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10801 ;  Eleanor  Drisko,  1812  W.  27th 
St.,  Los  Angeles.  3268 

Unemployed  (The)  ghost;  by  M.  Con- 
nelly. ©  1  c.  May  9,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10489;  Marc  Connelly,  152  W.  57th 
St..  New  York.  3269 

University  readings;  selected  and  ed- 
ited by  Clarence  D.  Thorpe  and 
Erich  A.  Walter.  New  York  and 
London,  1931.  xii  p.,  1  1.,  778  p. 
front.,  ports.  Svo.  Dramatic  con- 
tents: The  valiant,  by  Holworthy 
Hall  and  Robert  Middlemass. — He 
by  Eugene  O'Neill. — A  way  out,  by 
Robert  Frost.  ©  Apr.  15,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  15 ;  aff.  Apr.  17 ;  A  36540 ; 
Harper  &  bros.,  New  York.        3269* 

Uriel  Acosta ;  schauspiel  in  7  bildern, 
nach  motiven  des  Karl  Gutzkow, 
von  M.  Liwschitz  [Die  libertragung 
ins  deutsche  redigierte  Konracl 
Maril]  musik  von  Karl  Rathaus. 
Manuskript.  Berlin,  1930.  3  p.  1., 
5-56  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  Jan.  13,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10527;  S.  Fischer  verlag, 
a.-g.,   Berlin.  3270 

Useful  (The)  present.  See  Three 
Christmas  presents. 

Usine  (L')  a  f  olies ;  spectacle  en  2 
actes,  de  L.  Lemarchand.  ©  1  c. 
May  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10730 ;  Louis 
Lemarchand,  21,  Rue  Berlioz,  Paris. 

3271 

Valencia;  komodie  in  3  akten,  von 
Fritz  Gottwald.  Regie-  und  souf- 
flierbuch.  Als  manuskript  verviel- 
fiiltigt.  2  p.  1.,  3-81  numb.  1.  fol. 
©  1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10695:  Verlag  Max  Pfeffer,  Vienna. 

3272 

Valse  triste ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  A.  L. 
Soresi  and  C.  A.  Soresi.  ©  1  c.  May 
1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10384 ;  A.  L.  Soresi 
and  C.  A.  Soresi,  685  5th  Ave.,  New 
York.  3273 


175 


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3274 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Vanderpouf  a  Montparno;  a  mono- 
logue [par]  Andre  Leneka  and  B. 
Matrat.  Paris  [1931]  [4]  p.  4to. 
©  Apr.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  23;  D 
pub.  10806;  Francis  Salabert,  Paris. 

3274 

Victor  Herbert ;  Episode  no.  6-9,  a 
series  of  radio  sketches,  by  Dan  Jar- 
rett.  ©  1  c.  each  May  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10543-10546 ;  Famous  art- 
ists of  the  air,  inc.,  New  York. 

3275-3278 

Victory  (The)  ball;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  A.  C.  Darlington.  ©  1  c.  May 
4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10408  ;  Anne  Char- 
lotte Darlington,  1810  Massachusetts 
Ave.,  Washington.  3279 

Viennese  nights;  a  series  of  radio 
sketches.  Episode  no.  6,  7,  by  Wil- 
liam Fort.  ©  1  c.  each  May  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10547,  10548;  Fa- 
mous artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New 
York.  3280, 3281 

—  Episode  no.  8,  9,  by  Law- 
rence Holcomb.  ©  1  c.  each  May 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  10549,  10550; 
Famous  artists  of  the  air,  inc.,  New 
York.  3282, 3283 

Vikhr  lubvi   (Whirl  of  love)  ;  a  3-act 
play    of    freak-museum    life,    by    A. 
Sokolovsky. 
Buxpt    jiio6bh;  nteca  b    Tpex   aKTax 

H3  JKH3HH  B  (J>pHK  My3ee  A.  CoKO- 
JIOBCKOrO. 

©  1  c.  May  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10478  ; 
Abraham  Sokolovsky,  548  W.  163d 
St.,  New  York.  3284 

Virginia's  husband;  a  farcical  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  Florence  A.  Kilpatrick. 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. ;  New 
York,  Samuel  French,  inc.,  1931. 
92  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ( [French's 
acting  ed.,  no.  325])  ©  Apr.  23, 
1931;  1  c.  May  11;  D  pub.  10521; 
Samuel  French,  ltd.,  London.     3285 

Voices  and  District  school  on  the  Rapi- 
dan ;  or,  Studyin'  war  no  more,  by 
Mrs.  George  B.  Ford  [i.  e.  Harriet 
C.  Ford]  New  York,  The  Womans 
press  [1931]  20  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr. 
17,  1931;  2  c.  and  aff.  Apr.  22; 
A  37020;  Harriet  C.  Ford,  New 
York.  3285* 

Voyages  economiques ;  monologue  de 
Andre  Leneka  et  E.  Matrat.  Paris, 
Bruxelles  [1931]  [4]  p.  4to.  © 
Apr.  1,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  23;  D  pub. 
10804;  Francis  Salabert,  Paris. 

3286 


War  brat !  a  screen  play,  by  Michael 
Barringer.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  11,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10719;  Alan  Barringer,  5 
Somerset  Gardens,  Bognor-Regis, 
Sussex,    England.  3287 

War  paths  of  glory.  See  Good  for 
Friday. 

Wedding  bells;  a  sketch  in  2  acts,  by 
Jessie  Ernst.  ©  1  c.  May  5,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10421;  Jessie  Ernst,  123 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  3288 

Wedding  ring;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  Taylor.  ©  1  c.  May  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10762;  Clarence  Taylor,  450 
W.  2:4th   St.,  New  York.  3289 

Weddings  of  the  world;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  R.  Berne.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
30,  1931;  D  unpub.  10416;  Robert 
Berne,  818  Bryant  Ave.,  Bronx,  New 
York.  3290 

What's  a  man  to  do ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Laurence  McWhorter.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  13,  1931;  D  unpub.  10400; 
Laurence  Stancel  McWhorter,  719  N. 
Magnolia  St.,  Palestine,  Tex.       3291 

When  knighthood  was  in  flower ;  a 
playi  in  4  acts,  by  Paul  Kester, 
dramatized  from  the  novel  of  the 
same  name  by  Charles  Major.  New 
York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French, 
inc. ;  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
1931.  101,  [5]  p.  diagrs.  12mo. 
([French's  standard  library  ed.]) 
©  Apr.  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  15,  1931 ; 
D  pub.  719;  Samuel  French,  New 
York.  3292 

When  love  is  love ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
B.  Hatfield.  ©  1  c.  May  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10654;  Byron  Hatfield, 
278  W.  11th  St.,  New  York.       3293 

Where  men  are  men;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  Ernst  and  M.  Simon.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  23,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10496 ; 
Jessie  Ernst,  123  W.  57th  St.,  and 
Max  Simon,  Empire  Bldg.,  40th  St. 
&  Broadway,  New  York.  3294 

Whirl  of  love.     See  Vikhr  lubvi. 

White  people ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  W. 
B.  Farrell.  ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10803 ;  William  B.  Farrell, 
12273  San  Vicente  Blvd.,  Brentwood 
Heights,   Calif.  3295 

Who  killed  Annie  Snooks?  by  C.  Or- 
mond  Clarence.  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd. ;  New  York,  Samuel 
French,  inc.,  1931.  10  p.  12mo. 
([French's    acting    ed.,    no.    2076]) 


176 


DRAMATIC    COMPOSITIONS 


no.  5, 1931 


3309 


©  Mar.  19,  1931;  1  c.  May  15;  D 
pub.  10600;  Samuel  French,  ltd., 
London.  329G 

Who  pays  the  piper.  See  Tiger  tiger — 
who  made  thee. 

Wie  lernt  man  lieben?  komische  oper 
in  3  akten,  text  und  musik.  von  Ed- 
gar Istel.  Vollstandiges  textbuch. 
Berlin,  1930.  55,  [1]  p.  12mo. 
Text.  ©  Sept.  22,  1930;  1  c.  Dec. 
9;  D  pub.  10539;  Biiknenverlag  Aim 
&  Simrock,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.    3297 

William  the  Conqueror;  song-play  in 
English  and  French,  by  Berta  El- 
smith,  tunes  harmonized  by  Charles 
Repper.  New  York,  1931.  43  p. 
4to.  ©  May  25.  1931 ;  2  c.  May  27 ; 
D  pub.  28036:  Elsmith  music  lab- 
oratory,  inc.,  New  York.  329S 

With  benefit  of  clergy ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  S.  Kohn.  ©  1  c.  May 
22.  1931:  D  unpub.  10696;  Rose  Si- 
mon Kohn,  150  W.  Euclid  Ave..  De- 
troit. 3299 

Woman;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  G.  G. 
Ornstein.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unnub.  1O501 :  George  C.  Ornstein, 
50  W.  96th  St.,  New  York.  3300 

Word  (The)  :  a  pageant  of  the  Books 
of  the  Holy  Bible,  by  Esther  C. 
Averill.  Indianapolis,  Ind.  [1931] 
30  p.  12mo.  (Meigs  religious  plays 
and  pageants)  ©  Apr.  25,  1931;  2 
c.  Apr.  28:  D  pub.  669;  Meigs  pub. 
co.,  Indianapolis.  3301 

Works  (The)  of  J.  M.  Barrie :  Peter 
Pan  ed.  v.  13,  14.  New  York,  1931. 
2  v.  fronts,  (v.  14.  port.)  diagr.  8vo. 
Contents  :  v.  13.  Dear  Brutus. — The 
old  lady  shows  her  medals.— Half 
and  hour. — Rosalind. — Old  friends. — 
Barbara's  wedding,  v.  14.  Mary 
Rose. — A  kiss  for  Cinderella. — The 
twelve-pound  look. — Shall  we  join 
the  ladies.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c. 
each,  Apr.  4 :  affs.  Apr.  11 :  A  35713, 


35714 ;  Charles  Scribner's  sons.  New 
York.  3301* 

Wrorld  (The)  of  light;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Aldous  Huxley.  London, 
Chat  to  ,v  Windus,  1931.  3  p.  1.,  104 
p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  23,  1931 ;  1  c.  May 
7 ;  D  pub.  10G74 ;  Aldous  Huxley, 
London.  3302 

Worm  (The)  turns;  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by  B.  R.  Tuttle.  ©  1  c.  May  16, 
1931:  D  unpub.  10610;  Burl  Ray 
Tuttle,  P.  O.  Box  730,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3303 

Wozzeck;  oper  in  3  akten  [musik] 
von  Alben  Berg  [op.  7,  Text]  von 
Georg  Buchners.  Klavierauszug  von 
Fritz  Heinrich  Klein.  Wien,  Leip- 
zig, 1930.  231  p.  fol.  ©  Dec.  30, 
1930;  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D  pub. 
28027;  Universal  edition,  a.  g., 
Vienna.  3304 

Wrong  (The)  ticket;  a  play  in  3 
scenes,  by  J.  C.  Lockhart.  ©  1  c. 
May  7,  1931:  D  unpub.  10442;  Jen- 
nie Clare  Lockhart,  3900  Adams  St., 
Des  Moines.  3305 

Wunder  um  Verdun ;  [von]  Hans 
Chlmnberg.  [in]  13  bilder.  Berlin, 
1931.  121,  [1]  p.,  1 1.  8vo.  ©  Dec. 
31,  1930;  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931;  D  pub. 
10430;  S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.-g.,  Ber- 
lin. 3306 

Your  wife  and  mine;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  Stanley.  ©  1  c.  May  18, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10618 ;  Martha  Stan- 
ley, 4415  Foster  Ave.,  Sunnyside, 
Long  Island  City,  N.  Y.  3307 

Zepp    sight    seeing;    a    sketch,    by    D. 

Onpenheim.     ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931; 

D   unpub.   10775;    Dave  Oppenheim, 
.  240  W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  3308 

Zombie  ;  a  tropical  fantasy  in  3  acts, 
by  Charles  Dillon.  ©  1  c.  May  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10631;  Charles  Ed- 
ward Dillon,  2626  S.  Kingshighway, 
St.  Louis.  3309 


Number  of  entries  included  in  Part  1,  group  3,  of  the  catalogue  since 
Jan.  1.  1931: 

Class  D,   Dramatic   compositions    (including  2238   unpublished   and 

other  1-copy  entries) 2,524 

Class  D,  Dramatico-musical  compositions  (including  86  unpublished 

and  other  1-copy  entries) 130 

Total 2,654 


177 


TITLES  OF  DEAMAS  OF  WHICH  THE  SUBSISTING  COPYRIGHT  HAS 
BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
1909  [3309 


Crainquebille ;  piece  en  3  tableaux 
[par]  Anatole-Frangois  Thibault,  dit 
Anatole  France.  ©  Lucien  Psichari, 
Tours,  France,  as  the  next  of  kin 
of  the  author,  who  is  not  living,  R 
14078,  May  4,  1931.  1 

God,  man  and  devil;  drama  in  4  acts 
with    a    prolog,    by    Jacob    Gordin. 

]sx  xrax-n  Asians  yix  vwn  ,tt*o 

Dpi?-  ))t)    ^^bx-lS   g    tt*»tt    p»p«    4 

©  Michael  J.  Gordin,  60  E.  42d  St., 
New  York,  as  the  child  of  the  de- 
ceased author.  R  14305,  May  18, 
1931.  2 


Orphan  (The)  ;  a  drama,  by  Jacob 
Gordin. 

©  Michael  J.  Gordin,  60  E.  42d  St., 
New  York,  as  the  child  of  the  de- 
ceased author.  R  14306,  May  18, 
1931.  3 

Parish  (The)  priest;  a  domestic  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  D.  S.  Hart.  ©  Daniel 
S.  Hart,  534  Hazel  St.,  Wilkes  Barre, 
Pa.,  as  the  author.  R  14067,  May 
7,  1931.  4 

Pit  (The)  ;  a  play  in  5  acts,  by  C. 
Pollock.  ©  Channing  Pollock.  240 
W.  98th  St.,  New  York,  as  the  au- 
thor.    R  14358,  May  27,  1931.  5 


178 


CLASSES  L  AND  M 
MOTION  PICTURES 


Adventures  (The)  of  Peter;  by  George 
W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Nov.  7,  1930; 
2  c.  May  28,  1931;  description  May 
27:  M  2569;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3310 

A'hunting  we  did  go ;  directed  by  Rob- 
ert C.  Bruce.  Reel.  ©  May  15, 
1931 :  2  c.  May  15 ;  description  May 
18  ;  M  2553  ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  3311 

Alexander's  ragtime  band ;  directed  by 
Dave  Fleischer.  Reel.  ©  May  9, 
1931  :  2  c.  May  8;  description  May 
13  ;  M  2517  ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  3312 

All  gummed  up ;  story  by  and  directed 
by  Harry  Sweet.  2  reels.  ©  May 
24,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  May 
28 ;  L  2258 ;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  3313 

Always  goodbye ;  original  story  by 
Kate  McLaurin,  continuity  and  dia- 
logue by  Lynn  Starling,  directed  by 
William  C.  Menzies  and  Kenneth 
MacKenna.  7  reels.  ©  May  12, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  May  28 ; 
L  2257 ;  Fox  film  corp.,  New  York. 

3314 

Art  and  means  for  piano  technique  in- 
struction. ©  title,  description  and 
55  prints  reed.  Apr.  27,  1931;  M 
2518;  Marie  von  Unschuld-Lazard, 
Washington.  3315 

Band  (The)  master.  Reel.  ©  May 
27,  1931;  2  c.  May  27;  description 
May  28 ;  M  2582 ;  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  3316 

Bee  (The)  that  gets  the  honey;  film 
no.  147.  by  Raymond  J.  Faller.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  19.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  11;  M  2507;  Willys-Overland, 
inc.,  Toledo.  3317 

Behavior  (The)  of  light;  by  George 
W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  19,  1930; 
2  c.  May  28,  1931 ;  description  May 
27 ;  M  2570 ;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3318 

Benediction.  3  reels.  ©  Mar.  20. 
1931;  2  c.  May  15;  description  Apr. 


4 ;  M  2530 ;  Electrical  research  prod- 
ducts,  inc.,  New  York.  3319 

Big  business  girl ;  based  on  the  Col- 
lege humor  story  by  Patricia  Reilly 
and  H.  N.  Swanson,  screen  adapta- 
tion by  Robert  Lord.  8  reels.  © 
May  12,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  13:  L  2214;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  3320 

Blank  cartridges.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Born  to  love ;  screen  play  and  dialogue 
by  Ernest  Pascal,  directed  by  Paul 
L.  Stein.  9  reels.  ©  Apr.  17,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  May  13  ;  L  2216 ; 
RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp.,  New 
York.  3321 

Brass  (The)  choir.  Reel.  ©  Dec. 
10,  1930 ;  2  c.  May  15,  1931 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  4;  M  2543;  Electrical  re- 
search products,  inc.,  New  York. 

3322 

Broken  dishes.  See  Too  young  to 
marry. 

Broken  (The)  doll;  by  Ivan  Bussatt. 
Reel.  ©  title,  description  and  1 
print  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2236; 
Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.       3323 

Builders  (The)  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  25, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ;  description  Apr. 
4 ;  M  2551 ;  Electrical  research  prod- 
ucts, inc.,  New  York.  3324 

Building  a  clientele;  vol.  26.  (Educa- 
tional film  service)  Reel.  ©  May 
9,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  May 
16 ;  M  2523 ;  Life  insurance  sales 
research  bureau,  Hartford.  3325 

Call  (The)  of  Mohammed.  (Vaga- 
bond adventure  series)  Reel.  © 
Apr.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  12;  M  2511;  RKO-Pathe  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  3326 

Care  of  the  teeth ;  by  George  W.  Hoka. 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  2,  1930 ;  2  c.  May  28, 
1931;  description  May  27;  M  2571; 
Eastman  teaching  films,  inc.,  Roch- 
ester, N.  Y.  3327 


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3328 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Catholic  education ;  bv  Patrick  cardi- 
nal Hnyes.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931: 
2  c.  May  15;  description  Apr.  4;  M 
2536:  Electrical  research  products, 
inc.,  New  York.  3328 

Charlie  Melson's  screen  test.  Reel. 
©  Apr.  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  8;  L  2198;  Charles  Melson, 
New  York.  3329 

Child  growth ;  by  Dr.  Charlotte  M. 
Buehler.  2  reels.  ©  Aug.  10,  1930 : 
2  c.  May  15.  1931;  description  Apr. 
4 :  M  2540 :  Electrical  research  prod- 
ucts, inc.,  New  York.  3330 

Choosing  your  vocation ;  by  Harry  D. 
Kitson.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  27,  1931 :  2  c. 
May  15  ;  description  Apr.  4  ;  M  2532  ; 
Electrical  research  products,  inc., 
New  York.  3331 

Clowning ;  bv  Frank  Moser  and  Paul 
Terry.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  5,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  May  19;  L  2223; 
Terry,  Moser  &  Coffman,  New  York. 

3332 

Country  school.  Reel.  ©  May  7, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  7 ;  description  May 
8 :  M  2502 :  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  3333 

Cracked  nuts ;  screen  play  by  Al  Boas- 
berg,  dialogue  by  Ralph  Spence  and 
Al  Boasberg.  directed  by  Edward 
Cline.  8  reels.  ©  Apr.  1,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  May  1 ;  L  2184 ; 
RKO  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York. 

3334 

Creative  (The)  approach  to  educa- 
tion ;  by  Hughes  Mearns.  2  reels. 
©  Jan.  1,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  de- 
scription Apr.  4;  M  2538;  Electrical 
research   products,   inc..   New   York. 

3335 

Cross  roads.  Reel.  ©  May  21,  1931 : 
2  c.  and  description  May  25  :  L  2245 ; 
Brown,  Nagel  productions,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  3336 

Depths  (The)  of  doom.  See  Heroes 
of  the  flames. 

Devil's  (The)  playground.  See  Lady 
(The)    who  dared. 

Disarmament  conference ;  by  Ben 
Harison  and  Manny  Gould.  Reel. 
©  May  5.  1931;  2  c.  May  8;  de- 
scription May  11 ;  M  2504  ;  Columbia 
pictures  Corp..   New  York.  3337 

Dodder  (The)  ;  narrative  by  Dr.  Clyde 
Fisher.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  25,  1931; 
2    c.    May   15 ;    description    Apr.    4 ; 


M    2548 ;    Electrical    research   prod- 
ucts, inc.,  New  York.  3338 

Ducle  ranch ;  story  by  Milton  Krims, 
screen  play  by  Percy  Heath,  Grover 
Jones  and  Lloyd  Corrlgan,  directed 
by  Frank  Tuttle.  7  reels.  ©  May 
15,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  description 
May  18 ;  L  2220 ;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  3339 

Dynamic  learning ;  by  William  H.  Kil- 
patrick.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  24,  1931; 
2  c.  May  15 ;  description  Apr.  4 ; 
M  2534 ;  Electrical  research  prod- 
ucts, inc.,  New  York.  3340 

Educational  film  service.  See  Build- 
ing a  clientele. — Life  insurance  pro- 
gram. 

Elementary  (The)  teacher  as  a  guide; 
by  Boyd  Henry  Bode.  2  reels.  © 
Feb.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ;  descrip- 
tion Apr.  4 ;  M  2544 ;  Electrical  re- 
search products,  inc.,  New  York. 

3341 

Eli  eli ;  by  Samuel  Secunda.  Reel. 
©  title,  description  and  1  print 
reed.  May  13,  1931 ;  L  2231 ;  Judea 
films,   inc.,   New  York.  3342 

Evening  (An)  in  a  Jewish  camp;  by 
Samuel  Secunda.  Reel.  ©  title, 
description  and  1  print  reed.  May 
13,  1931:  L  2226;  Judea  films,  inc., 
New  York.  3343 

Eyes  (The)  of  science.  3  reels.  © 
Aug.  11,  1930;  2  c.  May  2,  1931; 
description  May  1 ;  M  2501 ;  Bausch 
&  Lomb  optical  co.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

3344 

Fair  and  square  ways ;  written  by 
J.  P.  Murray,  Barry  Trivers  and 
Ben  Oakland,  directed  by  Ray  Co- 
zine.  Reel.  ©  May  4,  1931;  2  c. 
May  8 ;  description  May  6 ;  L  2202 ; 
Paramount  nublix  corp.,  New  York. 

3345 

Farrell  golf  series.  See  Getting  on 
the  green. — Under  par. — Winning 
putts. 

Father  Nile ;  narrative  by  Malcolm  La- 
Prade.  (Rambling  reported  series) 
Reel.  ©  May  14,  1931;  2  c.  May 
15;  description  May  19;  M  2557; 
Columbia  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

3346 

Few  (A)  tests  of  child  intelligence; 
by  Ina  Craig  Sartorius.  Reel.  © 
Sept.  12,  1930;  2  c.  May  15,  1931; 
description  Apr.  4;  M  2537;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3347 


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3366 


Fighting  (The)  sheriff;  story  and 
dialogue  hy  Stuart  Anthony,  di- 
rected by  Louis  King.  6  reels.  © 
May  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  12 ;  L  2209 ;  Columbia  pictures 
Corp.,  New  York.  334S 

Flaming  (A)  death.  See  Heroes  of 
the  flames. 

Flip  (A)  the  frog  cartoon.  See 
Laughing  gas. — Ragtime  Romeo. — 
Soup  (The)  song. — Village  (The) 
smitty. 

Fly  (The)  guy;  by  John  Foster  and 
Harry  Bailey.  Reel.  ©  May  10, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  May  18 ; 
M  2554;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  3349 

Fly  my  kite;  dialogue  by  H.  M.  Wal- 
ker; directed  by  Robert  McGowan. 
2  reels.  ©  May  7,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  May  7  ;  L  2196 ;  Metro- 
Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  3350 

Food  and  growth ;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Dec.  19,  1930;  2  c.  May 
28,  1931;  description  May  27;  M 
2572;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  3351 

Forests  of  fire.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Frog  (The)  ;  narrative  by  Dr.  Clyde 
Fisher.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  24.  1931; 
2  c.  May  15 ;  description  Apr.  4 ; 
M  2527  ;  Electrical  research  products, 
inc.,  New  York.  3352 

From  Haiti  to  Trinidad ;  by  George  AY. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Nov.  7,  1930;  2  c. 
May  28.  1931 ;  description  May  27 ; 
M  2576;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3353 

Front  (The)  page;  by  Ben  Hecht  and 
Charles  Mac  Arthur,  from  the  piay 
as  produced  by  Jed  Harris,  adapta- 
tion by  Bartlett  Cormack,  directed 
by  Lewis  Milestone.  10  reels.  © 
Apr.  6.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  4 ;  L  2188 ;  Caddo  co..  inc.,  New 
York.  3354 

Fundamentals  of  football.  4  reels.  © 
Oct.  20,  1930 ;  2  c.  May  15,  1931 ;  de- 
scription Apr.  4;  M  2535;  Electrical 
research  products,  inc.,  New  York. 

3355 

Fungus  plants ;  narrative  by  Dr.  Clyde 
Fisher.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  24,  J  931  ;  2 
c.  May  15  ;  description  Apr.  4 ;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3356 


Gents  of  leisure ;  story  by  Clarence 
Hennecke,  directed  by  Del  Lord.  2 
reels.  ©  May  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  8 ; 
description  May  13;  L  2212;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.    3357 

Getting  on  the  green.  (No.  6  of  Far- 
rell  golf  series)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  22, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  May  14 ;  M 
2522 ;  Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New 
York.  3358 

Gold  ;  by  George  W.  Hoke.  Reel.  © 
Dec.  19,  1930 ;  2  c.  May  28,  1931 ;  de- 
scription May  27  ;  M  2573  ;  Eastman 
teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

3359 

Gold  dust  Gertie;  based  on  the  play 
The  Wife  of  the  party  by  Len  D. 
Hollister,  screen  play  by  William  K. 
Wells  and  Ray  Enright,  dialogue  by 
Arthur  Caesar,  directed  by  Lloyd 
Bacon.  7  reels.  ©  May  14,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  May  21 ;  L  2243 ; 
Warner  bros.  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  3360 

Good  (The)  bad  girl;  from  the  story 
by  Winifred  Van  Duzer,  directed  by 
Roy  William  Neill.  7  reels.  ©  May 
21,  1931;  2  c.  May  22;  description 
May  25;  L  2248;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  3361 

Good  foods,  fruits  and  vegetables ;  by 
George  W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  26, 
1930 ;  2  c.  May  28,  1931 ;  description 
May  27;  M  2574;  Eastman  teaching 
films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3362 

milk ;  by  George  W.  Hoke.    Reel. 

©  Dec.  26,  1930 ;  2  c.  May  28,  1931 ; 
description  May  27  ;  M  2575 ;  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester, 
N.  Y.  3363 

Gossipy  (The)  plumber;  story  by  Ar- 
thur Wanzer,  screen  play  by  and  di- 
rected by  Charles  Lamont.  2  reels. 
©  May  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion May  18;  L  2222;  RKO-Pathe 
distributing  corp.,  New  York.       3364 

Guidance  in  public  schools ;  by  Rich- 
ard D.  Allen.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  28, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ;  description  Apr. 
4 ;  M  2529 ;  Electrical  research  prod-. 
ucts,  inc.,  New  York.  3365 

Hello  Napoleon ;  story  by  Francis  J. 
Martin  and  James  Mulhauser,  di- 
rected by  Harry  J.  Edwards.  2 
reels.  ©  May  18,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription May  19  ;  L  2225 ;  Universal 
pictures  corp.,  New  York.  3S66 

Here's  luck ;  story  by  Francis  J.  Mar- 
tin and  James  Mulhauser,  continu- 


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Here's  luck — Continued. 

ity  by  Henry  R.  Symonds,  directed 
by  Stephen  Roberts.  2  reels.  © 
May  1,  1931;  2  c.  Apr.  27;  descrip- 
tion May  2;  L  2186;  Universal  pic- 
tures Corp.,  New  York.  3307 

Heroes  of  the  flames ;  continuity  by 
Basil  Dickey,  George  Morgan  and 
George  H.  Plympton,  directed  by 
Robert  F.  Hill.  2  reels  each.  © 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 
3368-3373 
Chapter  7,  Forests  of  fire.    ©  May  1, 

1931;    2    c.    Apr.    29;    description 

May  2 ;  L  2187. 
Chapter  8,  Blank  cartridges.    ©■  May 

8,  1931;  2  c.  May  8;   description 

May  9;  L  2204. 
Chapter  9,  The  House  of  terror.    © 

May  8,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 

May  9;  L  2205. 
Chapter   10,   The   Depths   of   doom. 

©  May  8,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrio- 

tion  May  9;  L  2206. 

Chapter  11,  A  Flaming  death.  © 
May  26,  1931;  2  c.  May  23;  de- 
scription May  27 ;  L  2253. 

Chapter  12,  The  Last  alarm.  © 
May  26,  1931;  2  c.  May  23;  de- 
scription May  27 ;  L  2254. 

House  (The)  of  terror.  See  Heroes  of 
the  flames. 

How  nature  protects  animals.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  24,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  de- 
scription Apr.  4 ;  M  2549 ;  Electrical 
research  products,  inc.,  New  York. 

3374 

Hunting  thrills.  (Sportlight)  Reel. 
©  Apr.  19,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  13;  M  2513;  RKO-Pathe  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  3375 

Hurricane  Island.  (Vagabond  adven- 
ture series)  Reel.  ©  Apr.  19,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  May  12;  M 
2510;  RKO-Pathe  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  3376 

Idle  hands.     See  Millionaire  (The) 

Indiscreet ;  by  DeSylva,  Brown  and 
Henderson,  and  Leo  McCarey,  di- 
rected by  Leo  McCarey.  10  reels. 
©  Apr.  6,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  4  ;  L  2189 ;  Feature  productions, 
inc.,  New  York.  3377 

Individual  differences  in  arithmetic ; 
diagnostic  studies  by  Guy  T.  Bus- 
well.  2  reels.  ©  Feb.  27,  1931; 
2  c.  May  15;  description  Apr.  4;  M 


2546;    Electrical   research   products, 
inc.,  New  York.  3378 

Inn  (The)  at  the  Rhine.  See  Linder- 
wirtin  (Die)  vom  Rhein. 

Jerusalem — city  of  peace;  narrative 
by  Malcolm  LaPrade.  (Rambling 
reporter  series)  Reel.  ©  May  14, 
1931 ;  2  c:  May  15 ;  description  May 
19 ;  M  25546 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  3379 

Jewish  (The)  day  hour;  by  Z.  Rubin- 
stein. 2  reels.  ©  title,  description 
and  2  prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2227 ;  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

3380 

Jewish  (The)  gypsy;  Hymie  Jacob- 
son.  2  reels.  ©  title,  description 
and  2  prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2237 ;  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

3381 

Jewish  (The)  melody;  by  Samuel 
Secunda.  Reel.  ©  title,  description 
and  1  print  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2232 ;  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

3382 

Jolt  (A)  for  General  Germ.  Reel. 
©  May  21,  1931;  2  c.  May  22;  de- 
scription May  25;  M  2566;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

3383 

Kick  in;  from  the  play  by  Willard 
Mack,  adapted  by  Bartlett  Cormack, 
directed  by  Richard  Wallace.  8 
reels.  ©  May  23,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  22 ; 
description  May  25;  L  2249;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York.     3384 

Kings  or  better ;  story  by  Paul  Gerard 
Smith,  directed  by  Eddie  Buzzell. 
Reel.  ©  May  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription May  8;  description  May 
13 ;  L  2210 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  3385 

Kol  niclre.  ©  title,  description  and  1 
print  each  reed.  May  13,  1931 ;  Judea 
films,  inc.,  New  York.  3386,  3387 

No.  2,  by  Louis  Waldman.    L  2234. 
No.  1,  by  Samuel  Gottsman.    L  2233. 

Ladies'  man ;  from  the  novel  by 
Rupert  Hughes,  screen  play  by  Her- 
man J.  Mankiewicz,  directed  by 
Lothar  Mendes.  ©  May  9,  1931; 
2  c.  May  8 ;  description  May  13 ;  L 
2213 ;  Paramount  publix  corp-,  New 
York.  3388 

Lady  (The)  who  dared;  based  on  The 
Devil's  playground  by  Kenneth  J. 
Saunders,  screen  version  by  Forrest 
Halsey  and  Kathryn  Scola,  directed 


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3407 


by  William  Beaudine.  7  reels.  © 
May  15,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  18 ;  L  2221 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  3389 

Land  of  freedom ;  by  Seymour  Recht- 
zeit.  2  reels.  ©  title,  description 
and  2  prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2235 :  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

3390 

Last  (The)  alarm.  See  Heroes  of  the 
flames. 

Last  (The)  of  the  Moe  Higgins ;  writ- 
ten and  directed  by  Eddie  Buzzell. 
Reel.  ©  May  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  28  ; 
description  June  1 ;  L  2260 ;  Colum- 
bia pictures  Corp.,  New  York.       3391 

Laughing  gas.  (Flip  the  frog  car- 
toon) Reel.  ©  May  1,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  May  1 ;  M  2495 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp..  New  York.  3392 

iLet's  do  things ;  dialogue  by  H.  M. 
Walker,  directed  by  Hal  Roach.  3 
reels.  ©  May  7,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription May  7 ;  L  2197 ;  Metro- 
Gold  wvn-Mayer  distributing  corp., 
New  York.  3393 

Life  (The)  insurance  program;  vol. 
.25.  (Educational  film  service)  Reel. 
©  Apr.  23,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion May  1 ;  M  2496 ;  Life  insurance 
sales  research  bureau,  Hartford. 

3394 

Lincoln's  early  life  in  Indiana.  © 
title,  description  and  109  prints  reed. 
May  23,  1931 ;  L  2244 ;  Bess  V.  Ehr- 
mann, Rockport,   Ind.  3395 

Lhidenwirtin  (Die)  vom  Rhein  (The 
Inn  at  the  Rhine)  ;  von  Fellner  & 
Somlo,  g.  m.  b.  h..  ein  singspiel  von 
Siegfried  Philippi.  10  reels.  © 
Aug.  26,  1930;  1  c.  May  27,  1931; 
description  May  29;  L  2262;  Asso- 
ciated cinemas  of  America,  inc.,  New 
York.  3396 

Louise  Fazenda  series.  See  Second 
hand  kisses. 

Mai-ko  mashma-lon ;  by  Abraham 
Raisin.  Reel.  ©  title,  description 
and  1  print  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2228 ;  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York. 

3397 

Make  buying  pleasant.  Reel.  ©  Jan. 
28,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  description 
Apr.  4 ;  M  2550 :  Electrical  research 
products,  inc.,  New  York.  3398 

.Man  (The)  from  Chicago;  from  the 
play  by  Reginal   Simpson,   directed 


by  Walter  Summers.  6  reels.  © 
May  11,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  12 ;  descrip- 
tion 13;  L  2211;  British  interna- 
tional pictures  (America)  inc.,  New 
York.  3399 

Meet  the  wife;  from  the  stage  play 
by  Lynn  Starling,  adaptation  and 
dialogue  by  F.  McGrew  Willis,  di- 
rected by  A.  Leslie  Pierce.  8  reels. 
©  May  2,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  1 ;  descrip- 
tion May  6 ;  L  2192 ;  Columbia  pic- 
tures corp.,  New  York.  3400 

Mickey  McGuire  series  no.  4.  See 
Mickey's  crusaders. 

Mickey's  crusaders;  story  by  E.  V. 
Durling,  directed  by  Albert  Herman. 
(No.  4  of  Mickey  McGuire  series  no. 
4)  2  reels.  ©  Apr.  12,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  May  26;  L  2252; 
Standard  cinema  corp.,  New  York. 

3401 

Milk,  men  and  money;  by  Committee 
of  international  assn.  of  milk  deal- 
ers and  business  training  corp.  © 
title  reed.  May  1,  1931 ;  description 
reed.  May  14;  36  prints  reed.  May 
1;  M  2525;  International  assn.  of 
milk  dealers,  Chicago.  3402 

Millionaire  (The)  ;  based  on  Idle 
hands  by  Earl  Derr  Biggers,  screen 
play  by  Julian  Josephson  and  Maude 
T.  Howell,  dialogue  by  Booth  Tark- 
ington,  directed  by  John  G.  Adolfi. 
9  reels.  ©  May  1,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  May  11 ;  L  2208 ;  Warner 
bros.    pictures,    inc.,    New   York. 

3403 

Natascha ;  by  Pinchus  Lavenda.  2 
reels.  ©  title,  description  and  2 
prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2238; 
Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.       3404 

New  York  lady.     See  Tarnished  lady. 

Not  so  loud ;  story  by  and  directed  by 
Harry  Sweet.  2  reels.  ©  May  3, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  May  13 ; 
L  2217;  RKO-Pathe  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  3405 

Old  truths  in  new  garments.  3  reels. 
©  Dec.  1,  1930;  2  c.  May  15,  1931; 
description  Apr.  4 ;  M  2533 ;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3406 

Once  over,  light ;  story  by  George  N. 
Burns,  directed  by  Howard  Brether- 
ton.  Reel.  ©  May  23,  1931;  2  c. 
May  22 ;  description  May  25 ;  L 
2250:  Paramount  publix  corp.,  New 
York.  3407 


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Outboard  stunting.  (Sportlight)  Reel. 
©  May  3,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  13;  M  2514;  RKO-Pathe  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.         3408 

Oy !  doctor  ;  by  Isidor  Lillian.  2  reels. 
©  title,  description  and  2  prints 
reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2240;  Judea 
films,  inc.,  New  York.  3409 

Paramount  pictorial;  no.  9.  Reel.  © 
May  16,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ;  descrip- 
tion May  18;  M  2552;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  3410 

Paramount  sound  news ;  no.  71-79.  1 
reel  each.  ©  Apr.  4,  8,  11,  15,  18,  22, 
25,  29,  May  2,  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription each  May  29 ;  M  2583-2591 ; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 
3411-3419 

Parisian  gaieties;  story  by  Francis  J. 
Martin  and  James  Mulhauser,  di- 
rected by  Stephen  Roberts.  2  reels. 
©  May  26,  1931;  2  c.  May  25;  de- 
scription May  27;  L  2255;  Univer- 
sal pictures  corp.,  New  York.      3420 

Parlor,  bedroom  and  bath;  from  the 
play  by  Charles  W.  Bell  and  Mark 
Swan,  dialogue  continuity  by  Rich- 
ard Schayer,  directed  by  Edward 
Sedgwick.  8  reels.  ©  May  1,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  May  1 ;  L  2185 ; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  3421 

Party  husband ;  based  on  the  novel  by 
Geoffrey  Barnes,  adaptation  and  di- 
alogue by  Charles  Kenyon,  directed 
by  Clarence  Badger.  8  reels.  © 
May  10,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
May  13 ;  L  2215 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures,   inc.,    New   York.  3422 

Pathe  news ;  by  Courtiand  Smith.  1 
reel  each.  ©  Pathe  news,  inc.,  New 
York.  3423-3430 

No.  37.     ©  Apr.  18,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description  May  12;  M  2512. 
No.    38,    39.     ©    Apr.    29,    May    2, 

1931 ;    2   c.    and   description   each 

May  13 ;  M  2515,  2516. 
No.  40.     ©  May  6,  1931;   2  c.   and 

description  May  14;   M  2519. 
No.  41.     ©  May  9,   1931;   2  c.  and 

description  May  19;   M  2555. 
No.  42,     ©  May  13,  1931;  2  c.  and 

description   May   21;    M   2561. 
No.   43,    44.     ©   May    16,   20,    1931; 

2  c.  and  description  each  May  28 ; 

M  2580,  2581. 

Percussion  (The)  group.  Reel.  © 
Dec.   19,   1930;   2  c.   May   15,   1931; 


description  Apr.  4 ;  M  2541 ;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3431 

Pete  and  Repeat;  story  by  George 
Jeske,  Joey  Mack  and  A.  Gold,  con- 
tinuity and  dialogue  by  Ernest  Pa- 
gano  and  Jack  Townley,  directed  by 
William  Goodrich.  2  reels.  ©  Mar. 
1,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  Majr 
7;  L  2195;  Educational  film  ex- 
changes, inc.,  New  York.  3432 

Plant  growth ;  narrative  by  Dr.  Clyde 
Fisher.  Reel.  ©  Feb.  25,  1931; 
2  c.  May  15;  description  Apr.  4; 
M  2526;  Electrical  research  prod- 
ucts,  inc.,  New  York.  3433 

Play  (The)  of  imagination  in  geom- 
etry ;  by  David  Eugene  Smith.  Reel. 
©  Feb.  24,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  de- 
scription Apr.  4 ;  M  2531 ;  Electrical 
research   products,   inc.,   New   York. 

3434 

Public  (The)  enemy;  by  Kubec  Glas- 
mon  and  John  Bright,  screen  adap- 
tation by  Harvey  Thew,  directed  by 
William  A.  Wellman.  9  reels.  © 
May  4,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  7 ;  L  2194 ;  Warner  bros.  pic- 
tures,  inc.,  New  York.  3435- 

Ragtime  Romeo.  (Flip  the  frog  car- 
toon) Reel.  ©  May  4,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  May  4;  M  2498; 
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  distributing 
corp.,  New  York.  3436 

Rambling  reporter  series.     See  Father 
Nile. — Jerusalem,  city  of  peace. 

Real  (The)  estators;  story  by  Joseph. 
K.  Watson,  directed  by  Ray  Cozine. 
Reel.  ©  May  4.  1931;  2  c.  May  8; 
description  May  6;  L  2201;  Para- 
mount publix  corp.,  New  York. 

3437 

Refining  crude  oil;  by  George  W. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  18,  1930;  2  c. 
May  28,  1931;  description  May  27; 
M  2577;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3438 

Rockv  Mountain  mammals:  by  George 
W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Jan.  24,  1931; 
2  c.  May  28:  description  May  27; 
M  2579;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3439; 

Sailor's  sweetheart ;  by  Hymie  Jacob- 
son.  2  reels.  ©  title,  description 
and  2  prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L 
2239;  Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.. 

3440 

Sea  devils;  story  by  Scott  Littleton, 
directed     by    Joseph     Levering.       6 


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3462 


reels.  ©  Jan.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  15 ; 
description  May  16;  L  2219;  Conti- 
nental talking  pictures  corp.,  New 
York.  3441 

Second  hand  kisses ;  story  and  dia- 
logue by  E.  V.  Durling,  directed  by 
Lewis  R.  Foster.  (No.  5  of  Louise 
Fazenda  series)  2  reels.  ©  Mar. 
29,  1931 :  2  c.  and  description  May 
4:  L  2191:  Standard  cinema  corp., 
New  York.  3442 

Shadow  of  the  Dragon.  (No.  23  of 
Vagabond  adventure  series)  Reel. 
©  Mar.  8,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion May  12;  M  2508;  RKO-Pathe 
distributing  corp.,  New  York.     3443 

Shoemaker's  romance ;  by  Louis  Kadi- 
son.  2  reels.  ©  title,  description 
and  2  prints  reed.  May  13,  1931; 
L  2230;  Judea  films,  inc..  New  York. 

3444 

Shulamith ;  by  Abraham  Goldfaden. 
5  reels.  ©  title,  description  and  5 
prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2259; 
Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.     3445 

Silly  scandals ;  directed  by  Dave  Flei- 
scher. Reel.  ©  May  23,  1931 ;  2  c. 
May  22 ;  description  May  25 ;  M 
2564;  Paramount  publix  corp.,  New 
York.  3446 

Sing  sing  song ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  19, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  May  19; 
L  2224;  Terry,  Moser  and  Coffman, 
New  York.  3447 

Six  cylinder  love ;  based  on  the  play 
by  William  Anthony  McGuire,  screen 
adaptation  by  William  Conselman, 
directed  by  Thornton  Freeland.  8 
reels.  ©  Apr.  22,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  May  4 ;  L  2190 ;  Fox  film 
corp.,  New  York.  3448 

Sky  (The)  raiders;  story  and  dialogue 
by  Harvey  Gates,  directed  by 
Christy  Cabanne.  6  reels.  ©  May 
15.  1931;  2  c.  May  22;  description 
May  25;  L  2247;  Columbia  pictures 
corp.,    New   York.  3449 

Soup  (The)  song.  (Flip  (A)  the 
frog  cartoon)  Reel.  ©  May  25, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  May  25; 
M  2567;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.         3450 

Sportlight.  See  Hunting  thrills. — Out- 
board stunting. 

Stay  out ;  story  by  Francis  J.  Martin 
and  James  Mulhauser,  directed  by 
Albert  Kelley.  2  reels.  ©  May  7, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  7 ;  description  May  8  ; 


L    2199;    Universal    pictures    corp., 
New  York.  3451 

Step  on  it.  Reel.  ©  May  21,  1931; 
2  c.  May  22 ;  description  May  25 ; 
M  2565 ;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  3452 

Stepping  on  the  gas  in  1931;  film  no. 
148,  by  Ray  Faller.  Reel.  ©  Apr. 
27,  1931;  2  c.  May  20;  description 
May  19;  M  2560;  Willys-Overland, 
inc.,  Toledo.  3453 

Strange  as  it  seems;  by  John  Hix.  1 
reel  each.  ©  Universal  pictures 
corp.,  New  York.  3454,3455 

No.  9.  ©  May  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  14 ; 
description  May  11 ;  L  2218. 

No.  10,  produced  by  Nathan,  Hahn, 
and  Fairbanks.  ©  May  27,  1931 ; 
2  c.  May  29;  description  May  28; 
L  2261. 

String  (The)  choir.  Reel.  ©  Mar. 
7,  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  description 
Apr.  4;  M  2547;  Electrical  research 
products,    inc.,    New   York.  3456 

Study  (The)  of  infant  behavior;  com- 
ment by  Arnold  Gesel.  2  reels.  © 
Nov.  1,  1930;  2  c.  May  15,  1931; 
description  Apr.  4;  M  2542;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3457 

Style  &  class ;  by  Marty  Baratz.  2 
reels.  ©  title,  description  and  2 
prints  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2241; 
Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.       3458 

Tarnished  lady ;  original  story  New 
York  lady  and  screen  adaptation  by 
Donald  Ogden  Stewart,  directed  by 
George  Cukor.  9  reels.  ©  May  4, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  8  ;  description  May  6 ; 
L  2200;  Paramount  publix  corp., 
New  York.  3459 

Teaching  (The)  of  reading;  by  Arthur 
I.  Gates.  2  reels.  ©  Mar.  28,  1931 ; 
2  e.  May  15;  description  Apr.  4; 
M  2539;  Electrical  research  prod- 
ucts, inc.,  New  York.  3460 

Thorn,  the  Unknown.  (No.  24  of 
Vagabond  adventure  series)  Reel. 
©  Mar.  22,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion May  12;  M  2509;  RKO-Pathe 
distributing  corp-,  New  York.     3461 

Thou  shalt  not ;  story  by  Billy  House, 
directed  by  Howard  Bretherton.  2 
reels.  ©  May  23,  1931;  2  c.  May 
22;  description  May  25;  L  2251; 
Paramount  publix  corp.,  New  York. 

3462 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Too  young  to  marry ;  adapted  from 
Broken  dishes  by  Martin  Flavin,  di- 
rected by  Mervyn  LeRoy.  8  reels. 
©  May  8.  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
May  11 ;  L  2207 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures,  inc.,  New  York.  3463 

Turning  complaints  into  praise.  Reel. 
©  May  21,  1931;  2  c.  May  26;  de- 
scription May  25;  M  2568;  Visual 
training  Corp.,  Cleveland.  3464 

Two  A.  M. ;  story  by  Tom  Howard, 
directed  by  Ray  Cozine.  Reel.  © 
May  4,  1931 ;  2  c.  May  S ;  description 
May  6;  L  2203;  Paramount  publix 
corp.,  New  York.  3465 

Under  par.  (No.  5  of  Farrell  golf  se- 
ries) Reel.  ©  Mar.  15,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  Mar.  14 ;  M  2521 ; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

3466 

Universal  newspaper  newsreel.  1  reel 
each.  ©  Universal  film  exchanges, 
inc.,  New  York.  3467-3476 

No.  23,   24.     ©  Mar.    17,   20,   1931; 

2  c.  and  description  each  May  4 ; 

M  2499,  2500. 
No.  25,   26.     ©   Mar.  24,   27,   1931; 

2    c.    each    May    11 ;    description 

each  May  9 ;  M  2505,  2506. 
No.  27,  28.     ©  Mar.  31,  Apr.  3,  1931 ; 

2  c.  each  May  19 ;  description  each 

May  16 ;  M  2558,  2559. 
No.  29,  30.     ©  Apr.  7,  10,  1931 ;  2  c. 

and  description  each  May  22;  M 

2562,  2563. 

No.  31,  32.  ©  Apr.  14,  17,  1931 ;  2  c. 
each  May  29;  description  each 
May  28 ;  M  2592,  2593. 

Unsana  takoff;  by  Samuel  Secunda. 
Reel.  ©  title,  description  and  1 
print  reed.  May  13,  1931;  L  2229; 
Judea  films,  inc.,  New  York.       3477 

Up  for  murder ;  written  and  directed 
by  Monta  Bell.  7  reels.  ©  May  27, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  May  28; 
L  2256;  Universal  pictures  Corp., 
New  York.  3478 


Vagabond  adventure  series.  See  Call 
(The)  of  Mohammed. — Hurricane 
Island. — Shadow  of  the  Dragon. — 
Thorn,  the  Unknown. 

Viking  (The)  8  reels.  ©  Apr.  8, 
1931;  2  c.  and  description  May  21; 
L  2242;  Newfoundland  Labrador 
film  co.,  inc.,  New  York.  3479; 

Village  (The)  smitty ;  (Flip  the  frog 
cartoon)  Reel.  ©  May  11,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  May  11;  M 
2503 ;  Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  3480 

Voice  (The)  of  Hollywood;  no.  26. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c.  Mar. 
6;  description  May  1;  M  2497;  Tec- 
art  studios,  inc.,  Hollywood,   Calif. 

3481 

Washington,  the  capital  city;  by 
George  W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Dec.  4, 
1930 ;  2  c.  May  28,  1931 ;  description 
May  27 ;  M  2578 ;  Eastman  teaching 
films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.       3482 

Wife  (The)  of  the  party.  See  Gold 
dust  Gertie. 

Winning  putts.  (No.  3  of  Farrell  golf 
series)  Reel.  ©  Mar.  1,  1931;  2  a. 
and  description  May  14;  M  2520; 
Pathe  exchange,  inc.,  New  York. 

3483 

Women  of  all  nations;  dialogue  by 
Barry  Conners,  directed  by  Raoul 
Walsh.  8  reels.  ©  May  15,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  May  25 ;  L  2246 ; 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.  3484 

Woodwind  (The)  choir.  Reel.  © 
Aug.  4,  1930;  2  c.  May  15,  1931; 
description  Apr.  4;  M  2545;  Elec- 
trical research  products,  inc.,  New 
York.  3485 

Young  sinners ;  from  the  stage  play  by 
Elmer  Harris,  adaptation,  contin- 
uity and  dialogue  by  William  Con- 
selman,  directed,  by  John  Blystone. 
9  reels.  ©  Apr.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  and 
description  May  6 ;  L  2193  ;  Fox  film 
Corp.,    New   York.  3486 


Number  of  entries  in  classes  L  and  M  included  in  the  catalogue  since 
Jan.  1,  1931 : 

Motion-picture    photoplays 416 

Motion  pictures  other  than  photoplays 416 

Total 832 

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1931 

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No.  6 


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Group    3,    issued    monthly,    contains    titles    of    Dramatic    compositions    and 
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Class  "  D,"  Dramatic  compositions  and  Dramatico-musical  compositions,  arranged 
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CLASS  D 
DRAMATIC  COMPOSITIONS 


Abie;  a  comedy  drama  in  3  acts,  by 


K.  S.  Rij 


©  1  c.  June  20,  1931 ; 


D  unpub.   11037 ;   Kathryn   Stebbins 
Riggs,  457  W.  57th   St.,   New  York. 

3487 

Absent  minded  Romeo ;  a  comedy 
playlet  in  1  act,  by  S.  Phillips.  © 
1  c.  June  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10945  ; 
Stanley  Phillips,  415  S.  Nevada  Ave., 
Colorado  Springs,  Colo.  3488 

Adrift ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  J.  Ben- 
nett. ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 11135;  Julia  Bennett,  William 
Taylor  Hotel,  San  Francisco.      3489 

Adventures  of  Dollar  Bill ;  a  radio 
sketch,  by  G.  J.  Sampsel.  ©  1  c. 
June  30.  1931;  D  unpub.  11153; 
Guy  J.  Sampsel,  25  Franklin  Ave., 
Lynbrook,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.  3490 

Affairs  (The)  of  men.  See  Six  little 
theatre  plays. 

After  all  these  years.  See  Six  little 
theatre  plays. 

After  Culloden ;  a  [musical]  folk-play 
in  the  Scottish  vernacular,  by  Mar- 
garet Robertson.  London,  Glasgow, 
1931.  15  p.  12  mo.  ©  May  19, 
1931:  1  c.  June  5;  D  pub.  28042; 
Bayley  &  Ferguson,  Glasgow.     3491 

After  Holbein ;  a  play,  by  Cornelia 
Otis  Skinner  [i.  e.  C.  O.  S.  Blodgetj 
©  1  c.  June  1,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10SG7:  Cornelia  Otis  Skinner 
Blodget,  7  Gracie  Sq.,  New  York. 

3492 

Aftermath:  a  satirical  sketch  in  1 
act.  by  H.  Clarke.  ©  1  c.  June  6, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10884;  Harrj 
Clarke,  130  W.  44th   St.,  New  York 

3493 

Air  for  sale.     See  How  it's  done. 

Albatross  (The)  ;  a  play  in  5  epi- 
sodes, by  K.  Webb.  ©  1  c.  June  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11156;  Kenneth 
Webb,   130  W.  44th   St.,   New  York. 

3494 


Alles  schwindel !  burleske  in  8  bil- 
dern,  von  Marce'lus  Schiffer,  musik 
von  Mischa  Spoliansky,  klavieraus- 
zug  zum  dirigieren  eingerichtet,  von 
Alfred  Strasser.  Berlin  [1931]  99 
p.  fol.  ©  June  13,  1931 ;  1  c.  June 
15 ;  D  pub.  28056 ;  Adolph  Fiirstner, 
Berlin.  3495 

Always  a  bettin'  man ;  a  comedy  of 
Maryland  folk,  by  Tom  Loy.  ©  1  c. 
June  5,  1931  ;  D  unpub.  10865 ;  Caro- 
lina playmakers,  inc.,  University  of 
North  Carolina,  Chapel  Hill,  N.  C. 

3496 

American  King ;  or,  Horsefeathers,  a 
play  in  3  acts,  by  C.  F.  Abbott  and 
J.  M.  Bowman.  ©  1  c.  May  19, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10956:  C.  Frankel 
Abbott,  108  Green  St.,  Reading, 
Mass.,  and  James  M.  Bowman,  39 
Prospect  Ave.,  Newtonville,  Mass. 

3497 

America's  money ;  a  play,  by  C.  R. 
Price.  ©  1  c.  May  28,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10934:  Charley  Richard  Price, 
502  6th  St.,  San  Diego,  Calif.     3498 

Anchorage ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Clay- 
ton Grey.  ©  1  c.  June  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10882;  Ernest  Lawford, 
130  W.  44th   St.,  New  York.       3499 

Apples  consumers  like  to  eat.  See 
Merchandising  the  apple. 

Archie  Gottler.  See  Popular  com- 
posers. 

Ardent  (The)  fan;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  P.  Read.  ©  1  c.  June  20, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11046;  John  Pamp- 
elle  Read,  Hotel  Wooten,  Abilene, 
Tex.  3500 

Asef ;  schauspiel  in  5  akten  von  A. 
Tolstoi  und  P.  Schtschegolew,  urn- 
gearbeitet  von  Georg  Rainer.  Manu- 
script. 1  p.  1.,  112  p.  12mo.  © 
.  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11013 ; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.  g.,  Berlin.    3501 

Ask  any  man's  wife;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  G.  Cronyn.  ©  1  c.  June 
30,  1931;  D  unpub.  11155;  George 
Cronyn,  33  Elleson  Ave.,  Bronxvii  e, 
N.  Y.  3502 


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3503 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Atheist  (The)  ;  or,  The  last  word;  a 
drama  in  3  acts,  by  Rob  Roye 
f pseud,  of  R.  Deutsch]  ©  1  c. 
June  23,  1931;  D  unpub.  11122; 
Roye  Deutsch,  1622  Grand  Ave.,  New 
York.  •  3503 

Auld  (The)  cloak;  a  [musical]  folk- 
play  in  the  Scottish  vernacular,  by 
Margaret  Robertson.  London,  Glas- 
gow, 1931.  16  p.  12mo.  ©  May  19, 
1931;  1  c.  June  5;  D  pub.  28041; 
Bayley  &  Ferguson,  Glasgow.     3504 

Aunt  Betsy ;  a  pantomimic  novelty,  ar- 
ranged by  Adele  Neill  Dowling 
(from  an  anonymous  song)  Bos- 
ton [1931]  18  p.  12mo.  ©  June 
22,  1931 ;  2  c.  June  30 ;  D  pub.  767 ; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     3505 

Back  home;  a  1  act  comedy  by  S.  C. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  June  18,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11003 ;  Sara  Cowley-Brown, 
Chicago  Beach  Hotel,  1660  Hyde 
Park  Blvd.,  Chicago.  3506 

Ballarat's  first  funeral.  See  Death 
Valley  days. 

Bananas ;  a  comedy-drama  in  3  acts, 
by  G.  M.  DeLaney.  ©  1  c.  June  3, 
1931;  D  unpub,  10896;  Gertrude 
McCombs  De  Laney,  c/o  Betty  De 
Laney,  226  W.  50th  St.,  New  York. 

3507 

Bandits ;  a  melodramatic  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  H.  d'Erlanger  and  L.  Ar- 
thur Rose.  ©  1  c.  June  9,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10914;  Henri  d'Erlanger, 
35  Blvd.,  Haussman,  Paris,  and  Ar- 
thur Rose,  30  Queen  St.,  London. 

3508 

Banker  (The)  ;  a  sketch,  by  E.  F. 
McCarthy.  ©  1  c.  June  10,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10926;  Eugene  F.  Mc- 
Carthy, 302  Holden  Green,  Cam- 
bridge,  Mass.  3509 

Barbasol  continuities ;  a  series  of  ra- 
dio sketches,  by  Erie  Remington. 
No.  2,  Episode  7,  8.  ©  1  c.  June 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  11063;  Barbasol 
co.,  New  York.  3510 

—  no.    5,    Episodes    nos.    15-20. 

c.    June    10,    1931;    D    unpub. 

Barbasol  co.,  420  Lexington 

3511 


©  1 
10927 
Ave.,  New  York 


no.  6,   Episodes  nos.   21  and 

22.    ©  1  c.  June  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11005;   Barbasol  co.,  New  York. 

3512 

no.  7,  Episodes  no.  23-26.    © 

1  c.  June  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11160 ; 
The  Barbasol  co.,  New  York.      3513 


Barely  proper ;  an  unplayable  play,  by 
Tom  Cushing  [pseud,  of  C.  C.  S. 
Cushing]  Illustrated  by  Mordecai 
Gorelik.  New  York,  Farrar  &  Rine- 
hart,  incorporated  [1931]  4  p.  1., 
3-93  p.  front.,  illus.  12mo.  © 
May  6,  1931;  2  c.  May  11;  D  pub. 
749;  Charles  Cyprian  Strong  Cush- 
ing, Paget  East,  Bermuda.         3514 

Barrier    (The)     See  Farmer    (The) 

Battling  Kelley ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Tom  Stern  [pseud,  of  D.  Stern, 
3rd]  ©  1  c.  May  13,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10923;  David  Stern,  344  King's 
Highway  E.,  Haddonfield,  N.  J. 

3515 

Bear  (The)  cat;  a  1-act  comedy,  by 
F.  Hagan.  ©  1  c.  June  16,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10985;  Fred  Hagan,  c/o 
Harry  Rogers,  226  W.  47th  St.,  New 
York.  3516 

Beauregard  (The)  murder  trial.  See 
Judge  Finney's  court:  The  Beaure- 
gard murder  trial. 

Beauty  parade;  a  play  in  2  acts,  by 
Peter  Arno  [pseud,  of  C.  A.  Peters, 
jr.]  ©  1  c.  May  4,  1931;  D  unpub, 
10957;  Curtis  A.  Peters,  jr.,  25  W. 
45th  St.,  New  York.  3517 

Beggars  (The)  opera;  a  dramatic  com- 
position adapted  from  the  original 
play  by  John  Gay,  by  H.  Galeen. 
Text.  ©  1  c.  June  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11024;  Henrik  Galeen,  Reichstr.  52, 
Berlin,  Neuwestend,  Germany.    3518 

Behind  the  throne;  a  play  in  1  act, 
by  K.  Webb.  ©  1  c.  June  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10943 ;  Kenneth  Webb,  130 
W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  3519 

Beyond  the  Emperor;  a  romantic 
drama  in  3  acts  with  prologue  and 
epilogue,  by  A.  H.  Bartlett.  ©  1  c. 
June  19,  1931;  D  unpub.  11061; 
Alice  Hunt  Bartlett,  299  Park  Ave., 
New  York.  3520 

Big  frogs ;  a  comedy  drama  in  8 
scenes,  by  P.  Barron.  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  10875 ;  Patricia  Bar- 
ron, 260  W.  72d  St.,  New  York.    3521 

Billy  Bill ;  operette  en  3  actes,  livret 
de  Max  Dearly  et  Georges  Leglise, 
lyrics  de  Leglise,  Vallier  et  Buzclin, 
musique  de  Goublier  fils.  Partition 
chant  et  piano.  Paris  [1931]  3  p. 
1.,  203  p.  fol.  ©  May  1,  1931;  1  c. 
June  3;  D  pub.  28044;  Choudens, 
Paris.  3522 

Bird  and  Vash ;  Episodes  1-8,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches,  by  R.  Van  Sickle. 


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3542 


©  1  c.  June  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11081;  Raymond  Van  Sickle,  278 
Riversville  Rd.,  Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 

3523 

Blazen ;  historical  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
N.  T.  Lyon  and  Sherman  Judd.  © 
1  c.  June  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11045 : 
Norman  T.  Lyon,  610  Union  Trust 
Bldg.,  &  Sherman  L.  Judd,  447 
Thurston  Rd.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

3524 

Bleeding  (The)  wave;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  M.  Flumiani.  ©lc.  June  12, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11107;  C.  M.  Flu- 
miani, 28  W.  26th  St.,  New  York. 

3525 

Boots  (The)  of  Logan  Hill;  a  skit,  by 
G.  D.  Janes.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11116 ;  Guido  D.  Janes,  265 
Burns  St.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.      3526 

Box  (A)  of  troubles;  Episode  1,  4,  7, 
a  series  of  radio  sketches,  by  M.  M. 
Hensley.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10958 ;  Matie  Manard  Hens- 
ley.  3721  Broadway,  Kansas  City, 
Mo.  3527 

Bringing  back  prosperity ;  or,  Bring- 
ing back  the  good  times,  a  comedy 
in  4  acts,  by  A.  Caplin.  ©  1  c.  June 
2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10827 ;  Aron  Cap- 
lin, 316  Beverly  Rd.,  Brooklyn.    3528 

Bringing  back  the  good  times.  See 
Bringing  back  prosperity. 

Broken  romance ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
F.  J.  Arendt.  ©  1  c.  June  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10981 ;  Frederick  John 
Arendt,  915  W.  37th  St.,  Los  An- 
geles. 3529 

Brummell ;  operette  en  3  actes  et  5 
tableaux  de  Rip  [pseud,  of  Georges 
Thenon]  et  Robert  Dieudonne,  mu- 
sique  de  Reynaldo  Hahn,  couplets 
de  Rip.  Paris,  1931.  1  p.  1.,  142  p. 
4to.  Livret.  ©  Apr.  15.  1931;  1  c. 
May  14 ;  D  pub.  11151 ;  Francis  Sala- 
bert,  Paris.  3530 

Bud  Green.    See  Popular  composers. 

Burnished ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  Nich- 
olas Page  [pseud,  of  J.  A.  Page] 
©  1  c.  June  13,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10964;  Jessie  Allen  Page,  Morris 
Ave..  Bryn  Mawr,  Pa.  3531 

By  virtue  of  the  will ;  a  radio  sketch, 
by  G.  D.  Janes.  ©  1  c.  June  4, 
1931:  D  unpub.  11164;  Guido  D. 
Janes,  265  Burns  St.,  Forest  Hills, 
N.  Y.  3532 


Caballero  (El),  la  muerte  y  el  diablo ; 
fantasia  dramatica  en  3  actos,  by 
Jose  Joaquin  Gamboa.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10169;  Estela 
Ohavero  de  Gamboa,  Alamo  54, 
Mexico,  D.  F.,  Mexico.  3533 

Caliente ;  a  musical  comedy-drama,  by 
Alt"  Goulding  [i.  e.  A.  J.  Goulding] 
Text.  ©  1  c.  May  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10594;  Alfred  John  Goulding, 
Warners  Studio,  Ave.  M.,  Brooklyn. 

3534 

Camilla  of  Monterey  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  B.  Morton.  ©  1  c.  June  30',  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11158 ;  Blanche  Morton, 
118  W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  3535 

Can  you  hear  their  voices?  a  play  [in 
7  scenes]  by  Hallie  Flanagan  and 
Margaret  Ellen  Clifford.  Pough- 
keepsie,  N.  Y.,  The  Experimental 
theatre  of  Vassar  college  [1931] 
vii,  70  p.  front.,  plates,  12mo.  © 
June  1,  1931;  2  c.  June  9;  D  pub. 
745;  Hallie  F.  Flanagan  and  Mar- 
garet Ellen  Clifford,  Vassar  College, 
Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y.  3536 

Candy  (The)  store;  a  skit,  by  Nick 
Holde  [i.  e.  H.  N.  Holde]  ©  1  c. 
June  30,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11154 ;  Her- 
mann Nicholas  Holde,  457  W.  57th 
St.,  New  York.  3537 

Case  (A)  of  ethics;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Hoffmann.  ©  1  c.  June  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10975;  Albert  Hoff- 
mann, 358;  W.  Lexington  St.,  Glen- 
dale,  Calif.  3538 

Chameleon ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  F. 
Dears  and  Evelyn  Goodrich  [i.  e. 
E.  G.  Dears]  ©  1  c.  May  11,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10925 ;  Francis  Dears  and 
Evelyn  Goodrich  Dears,  25  Pleasant 
St.,  Stoughton,  Mass.  3539 

Chance ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  Agnes 
O'Gara  Ruggeri  [i.  e.  Agnes  Clem- 
entine Ruggeri]  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10811;  Agnes  C. 
Ruggeri,  1340  Madison  Ave.,  New 
York.  3540 

Charis  series;  no.  12,  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Ruth  Borden.  ©  1  c.  June  2, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10828 ;  Charis  corp., 
Allentown,  Pa.  3541 

Charlotte  of  Ha  worth ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  E.  Ratliff  and  J.  Painter. 
©  1  c.  May  29,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10922;  Janet  Painter  and  Coralie 
Ratliff,  521  Belmont  Ave.,  N.,  Se- 
attle, Wash.  3542 


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pt.  i.  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Cherry  special ;  a  1-act  play,  by  Beat- 
rice Huiniston  McNeil.  Boston 
[1931]  24  p.  12mo.  ©  May  28, 
1931;  2  c.  June  3;  D  pub.  738; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     3543 

Children  (The)  of  monkeys;  a  play 
in  4  acts,  by  Almely  [pseud,  of  A. 
Melik]  ©  1  e.  June  10,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11109;  Alexander  Melik,  114 
Lexington  Ave.,  New  York.         3544 

Chimes;  a  1-act  play,  by  Corinne  Cot- 
ten.  ©  1  c.  June  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11144;  Corinne  Campbell  Cotten, 
410  Grape  St.,  Abilene,  Tex.        3545 

Chinaman's  (A)  chance;  a  comedy  in 
1  act,  by  Ethelean  Tyson  Gaw. 
Philadelphia,  1931.  26  p.  12mo.  © 
June  5,  1931;  2  c.  June  18;  D  pub. 
756;  Penn  pub.  co.,  Philadelphia. 

3546 

Christmas  in  Santa's  home;  a  play  for 
Santa's  own  theatre  [by  Mabel  K. 
Head.  New  York]  1931.  card, 
obi.  12mo.  ©  May  1,  1931;  2  c. 
June  16  ;  D  pub.  762  ;  Juvenile  maga- 
zine pub.  co.,  inc.,  New  York.     3547 

Chronicles  (The)  of  Cupid;  being  a 
masque  of  love  throughout  the  ages, 
by  Clifford  Bax  and  Geoffrey  Dear- 
mer.  London,  Samuel  French,  ltd. ; 
New  York,  Samuel  French,  inc., 
1931.  44  p.  8vo.  ([French's  act- 
ing eel.,  no.  537] )  ©  May  20;  1931 ; 
1  c.  June  15 ;  D  pub.  11059 ;  Samuel 
French,   ltd.,  London.  3548 

Cinderella;  (Curwen  edition  3693)  an 
operetta  in  3  scenes,  written  by 
Dorothy  Hayter,  music  by  Ursula 
Greville.  London,  J.  Curwen  & 
sons,  ltd.;  Germantown,  Philadel- 
phia, Curwen,  inc.,  1931.  vi,  82  p. 
4to.  ©  Apr.  2,  1931;  1  c.  Apr.  6; 
D  pub.  28047 ;  Ursula  Greville,  Inch- 
broom,  Gerrards  Cross,  Bucks,  Eng- 
land. 3549 

Cinderella  and  her  comical  Polly ;  a 
revue  for  children,  with  music  and 
dancing,  by  A.  Sack.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
June  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10890 ;  Anni 
Sack,  Mohrlistrasse  63,  Zurich, 
Switzerland.  3550 

Civilized  people ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
David  Dargin  [pseud,  of  D.  Dar- 
ginsky]  ©  1  c.  June  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11142 ;  David  Darginsky,  226 
E.  67th  St.,  New  York.  3551 

Clouds  and  sunshine;  a  comedy-drama 
in  3  acts,  by  W.  C.  Herman.  Chi- 
cago L1931]     154  p.     12mo.     ©  May 


5,  1931;  2  c.  May  7;  D  pub.  746; 
T.  S.  Denison  &  co.,  Chicago.      3552 

Come  (The)  on  girl;  a  3  act  play  by 
Conly  Keeney  [pseud,  of  L.  Keeney] 
and  W.  C.  Perceival.  ©  1  c.  June 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  11000;  Louella 
Keeney  &  Walter  C.  Perceival, 
Azusa,  Calif.  3553- 

Compromise ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
Bert  Skinner   [i.  e.  H.  W.  Skinner] 

.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11036 ;  Herbert  Wilhelm  Skinner,  73 
Washington  St.,  Springfield,  Mass. 

3554 

Compromised ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
David  Keams,  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10873 ;  Joseph  Sherrard 
K;  arns.  743  E.  4th  St.,  S.,  Salt  Lake 
City.  3555 

Conflict;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  John 
Haggart.  ©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10990;  John  Daniel  Hag- 
gart, 27  W.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

3556 

Contemporary  drama ;  selected  by  E. 
Bradlee  Watson  and  Benfield  Pres- 
sey.  New  York,  Chicago  [1931] 
American  plays,  [v.]  1.  viii  p.,  2  1., 
3-522  p.  16mo.  Contents  :  The  New 
York  idea  Lby]  Langdon  Mitchell. — 
The  Emperor  Jones  [by]  Eugene 
O'Neill.  —  Processional  [by]  John 
Howard  Lawsen. — Beggar  on  horse- 
back [by]  George  S.  Kaufman  [and] 
Marc  Connelly. — The  silver  cord 
[by]  Sidney  Howard.  ©  May  15, 
1931;  2  c.  May  23;  aff.  May  2G  ;  A 
37521 ;  Charles  Scribner'  sons,  New 
York.  3556* 

English  and  Irish  plays. 

[v.]  1.  viii  p.,  2  1„  3-443  p.  16  mo. 
Contents :  Riders  to  the  sea  [by] 
John  Millington  Synge. — Hyacinth 
Halvey  [by]  Lady  Gregory. — What 
every  woman  knows  [by]  J.  M. 
Barrie. — Mid-channel  [by]  Arthur 
Wing  Pinero. — The  glittering  gate 
[by]  Lord  Dunsany. — Justice  [by] 
John  Galsworthy.  ©  May  15,  1931; 
2  c.  May  23  ;  aff.  May  26 ;  A  37522  ; 
Charles  Scribners  sons,  New  York. 

3556** 

European  plays,     [v]  1. 

ix  p.,  2  1.,  3-458  p.  16  mo.  Con- 
tents: A  doll's  house  [by]  Henrik 
Ibsen. — The  vultures  [by]  Henri 
Becque. — The  fossils  [by]  Francois 
de  Curel. — The  beaver  coat  [by] 
Gerhart  Hauptmann. — Light-o'-love 
[by]  Arthur  Schnitzler.  ©  May  15, 
1931  ;  2  c.  May  23 ;  aft'.  May  26 ;  A 


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no.  6,  1931 


3576 


37523;  Charles  Scribner's  sons,  New 
York.  3556*  ** 

Couple  next  door ;  no.  1-17,  a  series  of 
sketches,  by  Louis  E.  Tappe  and  Mrs. 
Thomas  E.  Yerxa.  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10810 ;  American  in- 
stitute of  food  products,  inc.,  Chi- 
cago. 3557 

Court  (The)  of  peace;  a  play  in  2 
acts,  bv  M.  L.  Darrow.  ©  1  c.  June 
13.  1931;  D  unpub.  10968;  Margaret 
Louise  Darrow,  1300  Gates  PL,  S  , 
Pasadena.  3558 

Creation ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Fergu- 
son Reddie  [i.  e.  A.  F.  Reddie]  © 
1  c.  May  28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10852; 
Archibald  Ferguson  Reddie,  521  W. 
King  St.,  Lancaster,  Pa.  3559 

Crooner  (The)  ;  a  satirical  play  w7ith 
music  in  2  acts,  by  W.  Morrissey 
and  J.  Herbert.  Text.  ©  1  c.  June 
17,  1931;  D  unpub.  11163;  Will 
Morrissey,  113  W.  47th  St.,  and  Jean 
Herbert,  3572  Bronx  Blvd.,  New 
York.  3560 

Csodadoktor;  [3  felvonasban,  irta. 
Bibo  Lajos  [i.  e.  Lajos  Bibo]  (In 
Szinhazi  Elet)  ©  May  8,  1931;  1  c. 
June  6,  1931;  D  pub.  11058;  Alex- 
ander Marton,  Budapest.  3561 

Cult-god;  a  drama  in  9  scenes,  by  C. 
F.  Thompson.  ©  1  c.  June  9,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10901 ;  Craig  Flynn  Thomp- 
son, 62  Willow  St.,  Brooklyn.      3562 

Curiouser  than  ever ;  an  adaptation  of 
Lewis  Carroll's  stories  of  Alice  to 
the  requirements  of  the  stage,  by 
Thomas  Kelly  and  Jane  Corcoran. 
©  1  c.  May  22,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10959:  Thomas  Joseph  Kelly,  1084 
Clarendon  Cres.,  Oakland.  Calif. 

3563 

Cycle :  a  1-act  play,  by  E.  Longstreth. 
©  1  c.  June  3,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10844 ; 
Edward  Longstreth,  65  E.  96th  St., 
New  York.  3564 

Dante,  B.  Sc.  (Bachelor  of  science)  ; 
a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  C.  Lane.  © 
1  c.  June  22.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11048  ; 
Milton  Cornell  Lane,  426  29th  St., 
Oakland,  Calif.  3565 

Dawning  (The)  of  the  morning.  See 
Open  (The)  door. 

Day  (The)  before;  a  skit,  by  G.  D. 
Janes.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 11118;  Guido  D.  Janes,  265 
Burns  St.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.      3566 


De  Solt'n  fum  Toikey  ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  D.  Mullally.  ©  1  c.  June 
22,  1931;  D  unpub.  11075;  Donn 
Mullally,  924  Broadway,  c/o  H. 
Wishnew,  Brooklyn.  3567 

Dead  (The)  sister's  secret.  See  Gold 
in  the  hills. 

Death  to  all  Sadists;  a  new  play  in  3 
acts,  by  Ann  Cochrane  [pseud,  of 
A.  C.  Kennedy]  ©  1  c.  June  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11074;  Anne  C. 
Kennedy,  108  E.  38th  St.,  New  York. 

3568 

Death  Valley  days ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
McCnnn,  Erickson,  inc.  June  2,  1931; 
Death  Valley  Scotty's  gold  mine.  © 
1  c.  June  6,  1931;  D  unpub.  10888; 
Pacific  coast  borax  co.,  New  York. 

3569 


June  9,  1931.    Ballarat's  first 

funeral.  ©  1  c.  June  20,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11040 ;  Pacific  coast  borax  co., 
New  York.  2570 

June  16,  1931.    The  Swamper 


who  went  loco.  ©  1  c.  June  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11092 ;  Pacific  coast 
borax  co.,  New  York.  3571 


June  23,  1931.  The  hang- 
ing at  Skidoo.  ©  1  c.  June  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11093 ;  Pacific  coast  borax 
co.,   New  York.  3572 

Death  Valley  Scotty's  gold  mine.  See 
Death  Valley  clays. 

Deep  waters :  screen  play  and  dia- 
logue, by  P.  Hutchison,  based  on 
George  Eliot's  novel  Mill  on  the 
Floss.  ©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10955  :  Percy  Hutchison,  27  W. 
44th   St.,   New  York.  3573 

Defraudanten  (Die)  ;  schauspiel  in  4 
akten  von  Valentin  Katajew,  au- 
torisierte  iibersetzung  von  Dr.  Rich- 
ard Hoffmann.  Manuscript.  Berlin, 
1931.  2  p.  1.,  3-142  p.  12mo.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  11016; 
S.  Fischer  verlag,  a.  g.,  Berlin. 

3574 

Destiny  calls  at  eight ;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  A.  R.  de  Terreros.  © 
1  c.  June  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10951 ; 
A.  Algara  R.  de  Terreros,  1215  Mad- 
ison Ave.,  New  York.  3575 

Devil's  (The)  toll;  a  radio  play,  by 
J.  M.  Kellman.  ©  1  c.  June  17, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10995;  Jack  Myer 
Kellman,  299  Tyler  Ave.,  Highland 
Park,    Mich.  3576 


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Diamonds  in  the  rough ;  a  play  by  R. 
White.  Act  1.  ©  1  c.  June  22,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11047 ;  Ruth  White,  5622% 
Lexington  Ave.,  Hollywood,  Calif. 

3577 

Diminutive  comedies ;  selected  and 
edited  by  Theodore  Johnson.  Bos- 
ton [1931]  159  p.  12  mo.  Con- 
tents: The  loop  [by]  Florence  Ryer- 
son  and  Colin  Clements. — A  man  of 
ideas  [by]  Miles  Malleson. — Mariot 
and  Mariette  [by]  Preston  L. 
Grover. — Marriage  of  Isolt  [by]  Joel 
Earnest. — My  dear  !  [by]  Patricia 
O'Connor.  —  Paste  pearls,  [by] 
Thomas  Harris  Downey. — Phycho- 
logical  moment  [by]  Patricia  Mor- 
bio. — The  sacred  cat,  by  F.  Sladen- 
Smith. — Some  of  us  are  like  that 
[by]  Evelyn  Grant  Hornsey. — The 
summit  [by]  Clifford  Bax.— The 
troll  and  the  toll  bridge  [by]  Mar- 
garet Hickenlooper. — Whipped  cream 
[by]  Marion  Lamont  Davidson.  © 
May  9,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff.  May  13 ; 
A  38155 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Bos- 
ton. 3578 

District  (The)  Attorney's  wife.  See 
First  nighter. 

Divorce  mills ;  a  sophisticated  comedy 
in  4  acts,  taken  from  Sinless  sinners, 
by  J.  Menchen,  from  Happy  hell  by 
Howard  P.  Taylor,  and  re-adapted  to 
the  high  speed  of  1931,  by  J. 
Menchen.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10857;  Joseph  Menchen,  414 
N.  Sycamore  Ave.,  Los  Angeles. 

3579 

Doctor  Pearl :  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Neve  Conklin  (Mrs.  N.  T.  Conklin) 
©  1  c.  May  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10848;  Nevarte  Tinghir  Conklin, 
Leonia,  N.  J.  3580 

Doctor  (A)  perforce.  See  _Four 
Moliere  comedies. 

Dr.  Soda ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  La 
Gattuta.  ©  1  c.  June  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10894 ;  Joseph  La  Gattuta, 
171  E.  115th  St.,  New  York.        3581 

Don't  be  sore ;  a  sketch,  by  E.  F.  Mc- 
Carthy. ©  1  c.  June  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10813;  Eugene  F.  McCarthy, 
302  Hoi  den  Green,  Cambridge, 
Mass.  3582 

Dozynki ;  a  sketch,  by  I.  Ulatowski. 
©  1  c.  June  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10860 ; 
Ignacy  Ulatowski,  2639  Commor 
Ave.,  Hamtramck,  Mich.  3583 

Drei  (Die)  dicken ;  komodie  [in  3  ak- 
ten  und  epilog]  von  Jurij  Oljescha, 


deutsch  von  Richard  Hoffmann  und 
Dmitrij  Umanskij.  Manuscript. 
Berlin,  1931.  2  p.  1.,  [3] -84  p. 
12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 11010;  S.  Fischer  verlag  a.  g., 
Berlin.  3584 

Ducks  and  drakes ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  D.  R.  West.  ©  1  c.  May  20, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10924;  Duffy  R. 
West,  2707  Washington  Ave.,  Cin- 
cinnati. 3585 

Duplicity ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Neil 
Twomey  [pseud,  of  C.  J.  Twomey] 
©  1  c.  June  17,  1931:  D  unpub. 
10993;  Cornelius'  J.  Twomey,  11 
Mayfield  St.,  Dorchester,  Boston. 

3586 

Easy  street;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Helen  Schroeter.  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10821;  Helen  New- 
meyer  Schroeter,  13001  Broadway 
Terrace,  Oakland,  Calif.  3587 

Eb  and  Zeb ;  Episode  1,  a  radio 
sketch,  by  J.  E.  Hasty.  ©  1  c. 
June  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  11^52; 
John  Eugene  Hasty,  44  Melidosa 
Ave.,  San  Francisco.  3588 

Engaged  for  convenience;  a  comedy 
in  1  act,  by  F.  J.  Arendt.  ©  1  c. 
June  16,  1931;  'D  unpub.  10980; 
Frederick  John  Arendt,  915  W.  37th 
St.,  Los  Angeles.  3589 

Er  will  wissen ;  [ein  schauspiel  in  5 
bildern]  von  Mechtilde  Lichnowsky. 
Manuscript.  Berlin,  1931.  1  p.  1., 
28  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11011;  S.  Fischer  verlag 
a.  g.,  Berlin.  3590 

Esel  schrein  in  der  pineta ;  lustspiel  in 
3  akten  von  F.  Winters  tein.  ©  1  c. 
May  12,  1931;  D  unpub.  11022; 
Franz  Winterstein,  Liitzowstr.  71, 
Berlin.  3591 

Esso  "  Believe  it  or  not "  May  27,  29, 
June  3,  5,  1931,  a  series  of  radio 
sketches,  by  McCann,  Erickson, 
inc.  ©  'l  c.  each  June  12,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10947-10950 ;  Standard  oil 
co.   of  New  Jersey,  New  York. 

3592-3595 

Esso  entertainment;  a  series  of  radio 
sketches,  by  McCann,  Erickson,  inc. 
June  10,  17,  19.  ©  1  c.  each  June 
25,  1931;  D  unpub.  11094-11096; 
Standard  oil  co.  of  New  Jersey, 
New  York.  3596-3598 

June  12,  1931.     ©  1  c.  June 

20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11039 ;  Standard 
oil  co.   of   New  Jersey,   New   York. 

3599 


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3610 


Ever  fair  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  E. 
Nelson.  ©  1  c.  June  1.  1931;  D 
unpub.  10822 ;  Edgar  Nelson,  130 
W.  44th  St.,  New  York.  3G00 

Everybody's  here :  a  comedy  in  1  act, 
by*  M.  S.  Levie.  ©  1  c.  June  19, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  11034 ;  Marie  Symp- 
son  Levie,  510  Harwood  St.,  Jack- 
son, Mich.  3601 

Evolution  of  courtship;  8  episodes  in 
pantomime,  by  M.  Strong:.  ©  1  c. 
Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  1091S ; 
Mirjane  Strong,  835  S.  Sheridan 
Rd.,  Highland  Park,  111.  3602 

Eyes  of  the  world ;  a  3-act  drama,  by 
E.  L.  Langman.  ©  1  c.  June  24, 
1931 :  D  unpub.  11080 ;  Elizabeth  L. 
Langman,  515  S.  63d  St.,  Philadel- 
phia. 3603 

False  roomers ;  motion  picture  sce- 
nario, by  R.  E.  Clark.  ©  1  c.  June 
12.  1931:  D  unpub.  10946;  Robert 
E.  Clark,  Friars  Club,  W.  48th  St., 
New  York.  3604 

Fan  mail ;  a  comedy  in  1  act.  by  Ben 
Adam  [pseud,  of  J.  L.  Connor]  © 
1  c.  June  12,  1931 :  D  unpub.  10963  ; 
John  L.  Connor,  1040  N.  Las  Palmas 
Ave..  Hollywood.  Calif.  3605 

Fand.     See  Three  plays. 

Far-cff  (The)  hills:  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Lennox  Robinson.  London. 
Chatto  &  Windus.  1931.  4  p.l.,  S5, 
[1]  p.  12mo.  ©  May  14.  1931 :  1  c. 
June  3;  D  pub.  10842;  Lennox 
Robinson,    Dublin,    Ireland.  3606 

Farmer  (The):  or.  The  barrier;  a 
musical  play  in  2  acts,  book,  lyrics 
and  music  by  M.  G.  Schantz.  © 
1  c.  May  23.  1931 :  D  unpub.  2S039 ; 
Marcus  G.  Schantz,  15  S.  8th  St., 
Philadelphia.  3607 

Femme  de  minuit ;  operette  en  3  actes, 
de  Andre  Barde  [pseud,  of  Andre 
Bourdonneau]  musique  de  Raoul 
Moretti.  Livret.  Paris.  1931.  1  p. 
1.,  136  p.  4to.  ©  Apr.  15,  1931: 
1  c.  May  14 ;  D  pub.  10866 ;  Francis 
Salabert,  Paris.  3608 

Finale  suggestion ;  a  sketch,  by  M. 
Hellinger.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11088;  Mark  Hellinger 
c/o  Harry  H.  Oshrin,  1501  Broad- 
way, New  York. 


Fine    frenzy.      See    Six   little    theatre 
plays. 


First  (The)  adventure;  a  sketch,  by 
Daniel  Riche,  tr.  by  M.  F.  Mack. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10303;  Mary  Flood  Mack.  223  Fair- 
view  Ave.,   Park  Ridge,    111.       3610 

First  nighter ;  May  13,  1931.  The  Dis- 
trict Attorney's  wife,  a  radio  sketch, 
by  Margery  Williams.  ©  1  c.  May 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  10853;  Radio 
showmen,   inc.,   Chicago.  3611 

Five  hundred  years  of  American 
amusement ;  by  Wilma  V.  Parish 
and  K.  W.  Hammer.  ©  1  c.  May 
12,  1931:  D  unpub.  10868:  Kermit 
W.  Hammer,  Hunter,  N.  D.        3612 

Fix  (The)  ;  a  melodrama  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  M.  Musselman.  ©  1  c.  June  30, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11157;  M.  M.  Mus- 
selman, 2505  Whitelaw  Ave.,  Cuya- 
hoga Falls,  O.  3613 

Fixed  (The)  canon.  See  Six  little 
theatre  plays. 

For  the  love  of  Mary ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Elizabeth  Hale  [pseud,  of 
G.  Sheroder]  ©  1  c.  June  9,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10915 ;  Gertrude  Sheroder, 
226  W.  47th   St.,  New  York.       3614 

Fore !  a  farce  in  1  act,  by  Arthur 
LeRoy  Kaser.  Boston  [1931]  18 
p.  12mo.  ©  May  28,  1931;  2  c. 
June  3;  D  pub.  743;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3615 

Found  out;  a  talking  moving  picture 
play  in  3  scenes,  by  J.  M.  Chappell. 
©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11064:  John  M.  Chappell,  163  W. 
Washington  St.,  Chicago.  3616 

Four  Moliere  comedies  ;  freely  adapted 
for  the  English  stage,  by  F.  Anstey 
[pseud,  of  T.  A.  Guthrie]  London, 
Hodder  and  Stoughton  ltd.,  [1931] 
364  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  Contents : — 
The  miser. — A  doctor  perforce.— 
The  learned  ladies. — The  misan- 
thrope. ©  June  4,  1931 ;  1  c.  June 
15;  D  pub.  11002;  Thomas  Anstey 
Guthrie,   London.  3617 

Friedemann  Bach;  oper  in  3  akten 
von  Paul  Graener.  op.  90.  Text  von 
Rudolph  Lothar.  Berlin  [1931]  54, 
[1]  p.  12mo.  Text.  ©  Mar.  4, 
1931;  1  c.  Mar.  27;  D  pub.  10841; 
Ed.  Bote  &  G.  Bock,   Berlin.     3618 

Klavierauszug   mit   text   von 

Georg  Graner.  Berlin  [1931]  163 
p.  fol.  ©  Feb.  20,  1931 ;  1  c.  Mar. 
27;  D  pub.  28038;  Ed.  Bote  &  G. 
Bock,  Berlin.  3619 


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Gallant  promises ;  a  drama  in  3  acts, 
by  W.  Keefe.  §lc.  June  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11099;  Willard  Keefe,  57 
W.   45th    St.,    New  York.  3620 

Geewhiz  and  bygum ;  Episodes  1-5,  a 
series  of  comedy  sketches,  by  K.  F. 
Kennedy.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931; 
D  unnub.  11066;  Kathleen  Farroe 
Kennedy,  322  W.  18th  St.,  New 
York.  3621 

Genial  (The)  devil;  a  scenario  in  5 
parts  with  prologue  and  epilogue, 
by  B.  J.  Appelbaum  and  L.  K. 
Wechsler.  ©  1  c.  June  24,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11079;  Louis  K.  Wechsler, 
and  Boris  J.  Appelbaum,  555  Edge- 
combe Ave.,  New  York.  3622 

Gentle  Julia ;  Episodes  1-8,  a  radio 
dramatization,  by  D.  M.  McDonald, 
of  the  book  bearing  the  same  title, 
by  Booth  Tarkington.  ©  1  c.  June 
8.  1931;  D  unpub.  10889-;  Dorothy 
Mae  McDonald,  1427  York  St.,  Den- 
ver. 3623 

Get  out  of  this  jail;  a  sketch,  by  E. 
F.  McCarthy.  ©  1  c.  June  1,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10812;  Eugene  F.  Mc- 
Carthy, 302  Holden  Green,  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.  3624 

Glendale ;  a  p'ay  of  a  Maryland  fam- 
ily,  by  Tom  Loy.  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10864;  Carolina 
playmakers,  inc.,  University  of 
North  Carolina,  Chapel  Hill,  N.   C. 

3625 

God's  adventurer ;  a  sound  picture,  by 
F.  Witherspoon,  H.  D.  Jenkins,  and 
T.  D.  Mygatt.  ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11065;  Francis  Wither- 
spoon and  Tracy  D.  Mygatt,  50  Liv- 
ingston St.,  Brooklyn  and  Hester  D. 
Jenkins,  308  W.  82d  St.,  New  York. 

3626 

Gold  in  the  hills ;  or,  The  dead  sister's 
secret,  a  melodrama  in  3  acts,  by  J. 
Frank  Davis.  Boston  [1931]  110 
p.  plate.  12mo.  ©  June  18,  1931; 
2  c.  June  30 ;  D  pub.  769 ;  J.  Frank 
Davis,  San  Antonio.  3627 

Good  heavens,  Harold !  a  3-acts  com- 
edy-drama, by  H.  Ralston.  ©  1  c. 
May  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10S85  ;  How- 
ard Ralston,  1211  N.  Tamarind  Ave., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  3628 

Good  (The)  Samaritan;  a  biblical  1- 
act  play,  bv  P.  B.  Bloss.  ©  1  c.  June 
25,  1931;  D  unpub.  11090;  Pearl 
Barker  Bloss,  141  Pawnee  St.,  Mani- 
tou,  Col.  3629 


Goodness,  honor  and  love;  by  S.  L. 
Gottlieb.  ©  1  c.  June  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11078;  Samuel  L.  Gottlieb, 
16  Forest  Hill  Drive,  Asheville,  N.  C. 

3630 

Governor  (The)  of  Tchernigov ;  a  play 
in  3  acts  w  th  prologue  and  epilogue, 
by  J.  Westhauser.  ©  1  c.  June  22, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11053 ;  Joseph  West- 
hauser, 262  Drake  Ave.,  New 
Rochelle,  N.  Y.  3631 

Great  (The)  beyond;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  D.  Garcia.  ©  1  c.  June 
26,  1931;  D  unpub.  11114;  John 
Daniel  Garcia,  150  W.  84th  St.,  New 
York.  3632 

Great  girls ;  a  musical  comedy  in  2 
acts,  by  R.  W.  Peck.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
May  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10933 ;  Ray- 
mond W.  Peck,  130  W.  44th  St.,  New 
York.  3633 

Groceries  &  notions  (Songs  from)  ;  a 
drama  carelessly  interspersed  with 
songs,  book  by  K.  K.  Doughtie,  mu- 
sic by  Gertrude  M.  Brown  and 
Martha  Alter  Douglas.  Poughkeep- 
sie,  N.  Y.,  The  Experimental  theatre 
of  Vassar  college  [1931]  63  p.  4to. 
Music  and  lyrics.  ©  June  1,  1931; 
2  c.  June  6;  D  pub.  28043;  Kather- 
ine  K.  Doughtie  and  Gertrude  M. 
Brown  and  Martha  Alter  Douglas, 
Vassar  College,  Poughkeepsie,  N.  v. 

3634 

Gus  and  Angus ;  pt.  1,  2,  a  series  of 
characteristic  sketches,  by  D.  Aaron- 
son  and  W.  E.  Colby.  ©  1  c.  June  3, 
.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10845  ;  Darby  Aaron- 
son  and  Walter  E.  Colby,  31  Bennett 
Ave.,  New  York.  3635 

Gypsy  (The)  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
Parker  Hord.  ©  1  c.  June  3,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10854 ;  Parker  Abner  Hord, 
Atlanta.  3636 

Half  light;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Colin 
Grey  [pseud,  of  W.  Lipscomb]  © 
1  c.  June  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10815 ; 
William  Lipscomb,  Southland  Life 
Bldg.,  Dallas.  3637 

Hamlet.    See  King  Henry  V. 

Hanging  (The)  at  Skidoo.     See  Death 

Valley  days. 

Happy  hell.     See  Divorce  mills. 

Harlot ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  Selser. 
©  1  c.  June  29,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11141;  Maxwell  Selser,  30  Beekman 
PL,  New  York.  3638 


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He's  dead ;  or,  The  phantom  pool  play- 
er, a  skit,  by  Charley  Grapewin.  © 
1  c.  June  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  11140; 
Charles  Ellsworth  Gapewin,  311  N. 
Arden  Blvd.,  Los  Angeles.  3639 

Heart  (A)  too  soon  made  glad.  See 
Six  little  theatre  plays. 

Heartbreak  (The)  age;  a  play,  by  W. 

B.  Murray  and  Ilka  Chase.  ©  1  c. 
June  S,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10887 ;  Wil- 
liam B.  Murray,  113  W.  57th  St., 
New  York.  3610 

Hens  in  the  rain;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
E.  Lawton.  ©  1  c.  May  28,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10820;  Elizabeth  Lawton, 
125  Grasmere  St.,  Newton,  Mass. 

3641 

Her  wedding  whip ;  a  comedy  in  4 
acts,  by  J.  Marshall.  ©  1  c.  June 
12,  1931;  D  unpub.  10952;  John 
Marshall,  10813  Lake  Ave.,  Cleve- 
land. 3642 

Herz  (Das)  ;  drama  fiir  musik  in  3 
akten,  von  Hans  Mahner-Mons,  mu- 
sik von  Hans  Pfltzner.  Berlin, 
1931.  cover-title,  80  p.  8vo.  Text. 
©  June  3,  1931;  1  c.  June  5;  D. 
pub.  10910;  Adolph  Fiirstner,  Ber- 
lin. 3643 

Highways  and  byways ;  or,  Piccadilly 
and  Broadway,  Episode  1-3,  a  series 
of  sketches,  by  H.  Mitchel  and  C. 
Holm.  ©  1  c.  June  3,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10855;  Helene  Mitchel,  865  1st 
Ave.,  and  Cecil  Holm,  288  W.  4th 
St.,  New  York.  3644 

His  last  painting;  a  1-act  play  by  E. 
Nathanson.  ©  1  c.  June  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11052;  Elizabeth  Nathan- 
son,  222  S.  Hamlin  Ave.,  Chicago. 

3645 

Hitting  it  up ;  a  comedy  in  2  acts,  bv 

C.  F.  Park.  ©  1  c.  June  9.  1931; 
D  unpub.  10902;  Charles  Francis 
Park,  Hotel  Markwell,  220  W.  49th 
St.,  New  York.  3646 

Home-again  Harry;  a  play  in  3  acts. 
by  J.  C.  McMullen.  Boston  [1931] 
144  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  June  2, 
1931;  2  c.  June  30;  D  pub.  768; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.     3647 

Horsefeathers.     See  American  King. 

Hounds  (The)  of  hell;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  J.  L.  Marvin.  ©  1  c.  June 
15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10974 ;  Jessie  L. 
Marvin,  2  Magaw  PI.,  New  York. 

3648 


How  it's  done;  or,  Air  for  sale,  a  play 
in  3  acts,  by  J.  S.  Davidson.  ©  1  c. 
June  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10891 ;  John 
Stark  Davidson,  25  5th  Ave.,  New 
York.  3649 

I  know  a  little  hotel  in  Paris;  a  play 
in  2  acts,  by  A.  Szanto  and  T.  Vas- 
zary.  ©  1  c.  Mar.  26,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 11106  ;  Elsa  Ersi  3736  88th  St., 
Jackson  Heights,  New  York.       3650 

Iconoclast  (The)  ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
with  a  prologue,  by  Harold  Light. 
©  1  c.  June  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11083;  Harold  Lichtblau,  %  H. 
Light,  2007  Marmion  Ave.,  New 
York.  3651 

If  only  I  were  mayor;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  A.  Bein.  ©  1  c.  June  3, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10847;  Albert  Bein, 
Hotel  San  Rafael,  65  W.  45th  St., 
New  York.  3652 

Immoral  support;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Trimble.  ©  1  c.  June  27.  1931; 
D  unpub.  11126 ;  Jessy  Trimble,  353 
W.  57th  St.,  New  York.  3653 

In  the  night ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M.  J. 
Connolly.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10973;  Matt.  J.  Connolly, 
Army  Bldg.,   Omaha,  Neb.  3654 

In  Washington's,  day ;  a  play  in  5  epi- 
sodes, by  A.  E.  Keene.  ©  1  c.  June 
29,  1931;  D  unpub.  11140;  Amy 
Elizabeth  Keene,  1327  Park  Ave., 
Indianapolis.  3655 

Indian  blankets  and  blue-bonnets ;  a 
1-act  play,  by  Corinne  Cotten.  © 
1  c.  June  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11143  ; 
Corinne  Campbell  Coiten,  410  Grape 
St.,  Abilene,  Tex.  3656 

Indian  days ;  a  play,  by  M.  Kur- 
Zhene.  ©  1  c.  June  3,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10846;  Massard  Kur-Zhene, 
4508  40th  St.,  Long  Island  City, 
N.  Y.  3657 

Inquest ;  a  play  by  Michael  Barringer 
[pseud,  of  A.  Barringer]  Prologue. 
©  1  c.  June  17,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10998 ;  Alan  Barringer,  5,  Somerset 
Gardens,  Bognor  Regis.,  Sussex. 
England.  3658 

Interruptions ;  a  negro  play  in  1  act, 
by  F.  W.  Gross.  ©  1  c.  June  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11038  ;  Frances  Wet- 
more    Gross,    Barrington.    111.      3659 

Invisible  eyes ;  a  mystery  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  Roger  Wheeler.  Boston 
[1931]  128  p.  diagrs.  12mo.  © 
May  28,  1931;  2  c.  June  3;  D  pub. 
741 ;  Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston. 

3660 


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Invisible  ink;  a  modern  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  Washburn.  ©  1  c.  June 
25,  1931;  D  unpub.  11101;  Charles 
Washburn,  11120  122d  Ozone  Park, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y.  3661 

Iris  in  and  out.     See  Phaedra. 

It  has  been  done ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  Lee  Shanaphy.  ©  1  c.  June 
15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10970 ;  John  Leo 
Anthony  Shanaphy,  2979  Blvd.,  Jer- 
sey City.  3662 

It's  a  ghost;  a  1-act  farce,  by  Pa- 
tricia Herbert  [i.  e.  C.  P.  Herbert] 
©  1  c.  June  24,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11076;  Catherine  Patricia  Herbert, 
4427  Main  St.,  Kansas  City,  Mo. 

3663 

It's  no  use  to  argue.  See  Six  little 
theatre  plays. 

Jack  and  Jane ;  no.  1,  a  skit,  by  W.  F. 
Swanker.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11123 ;  Walter  F.  Swanker, 
718  Hattie  St.,    Schenectady,   N.   Y. 

3664 

Jane  and  Sally ;  pt.  1,  in  3  scenes,  a 
series  of  short  radio  programs,  by 
H.  Lyvers.  ©  1  c.  June  22,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11056;  Helen  Lyvers,  109 
St.  James  PL,  Buffalo.  3665 

Jeckyls  and  Hydes ;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  4  acts,  by  T.  R.  Flood, 
from  a  play  by  Robert  Louis  Stev- 
enson. ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10961 ;  Thomas  Redmond 
Flood,  1951  Grand  Ave.,  Los  Angeles. 

3666 

Jenny  (The)  Deane ;  a  skit,  by  G.  D. 
Janes.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11117;  Guide  D.  Janes,  265 
Burns  St.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.     3667 

Joe  Burke  &  Al  Dubin.  See  Popular 
composers. 

Joel's  boy ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  Julia 
Jowett  [pseud,  of  A.  J.  Miller]  © 
1  c.  June  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11119 ; 
Anna  Jenness-Miller,  Hotel  Marti- 
nique, New  York.  3668 

Judge  Finney's  court:  The  Beauregard 
murder  trial ;  installments  1-6,  a 
radio  murder  mystery  by  W.  A. 
Norris.  ©  1  c.  June  9:  1931;  D 
unpub.  11057;  William  A.  Norris, 
1025  E.  Ogden  Ave.,  Milwaukee. 

3669 

Just  out;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  D. 
Chcston,  from  the  French  play  Vient 
de  paraitre,  by  Edouard  Bourdet. 
©    1    c.    Feb.    17,    1931;    D    unpub. 


10S50;  Dorothy  Cheston,  97  Chilton 
Court,  Baker  St.,  London.         3669* 

Just  to  remind  you;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  O.  Davis.  ©  1  c.  June  1,  1931; 
D  unpub-.  10818 ;  Owen  Davis,  30  W. 
54th  St.,  New  York.  3670 

.  .  .  King  Henry  V — Much  ado  about 
nothing— Romeo  and  Juliet — Ham- 
let, by  Thomas  Marc  Parrott  and 
Robert  Stockdale  Telfer.  New 
York,  Chicago  [1931]  4  p.  1.,  565  p. 
16mo.  ([Parrott  and  Teller's] 
Shakespeare,  [v.]  2)  ©  May  15, 
1931;  2  c.  May  23;  aff.  May  26;  A 
37524;  Charles  Scribner's  sons,  New 
York.  3670* 

Knight's  of  the  cross;  a  miniature 
E-Z  pageant,  by  Verna  Whinery 
[music  by  G.  C.  Tullar].  [New 
York,  1931]  15  p.  8vo.  Music  ed. 
©  Apr.  25,  1931;  2  c.  June  16;  D 
pub.  28050;  Grant  Colfax  Tullar, 
New  York.  3671 

Konzert  (Das)  ;  lustspiel  in  3  akten, 
von  Hermann  Bahr,  edited  with  in- 
troduction, notes  and  vocabulary  by 
Josef  Wiehr.  New  York,  1931. 
xxv,  146  p.  incl.  front,  (port.) 
12mo.  ©  May  8,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  aff. 
May  22;  A  38343;  Prentice-Hall, 
inc.,  New  York.  [©  introduction, 
notes  and  vocabulary]  3671* 

L.  P.  and  his  chauffeur ;  a  1-act  com- 
edy, by  G.  M.  Curci.  ©  1  c.  June 
11,  1931;  D  unpub.  10942;  Gennaro 
Mario  Curci,  255  W.  90th  St.,  New 
York.  3672 

L.  Wolfe  Gilbert.  See  Popular  com- 
posers. 

Ladies  bright  eyes;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Valerne.  ©  1  c.  June  22, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11055;  Ravmond 
Valerne,  1515  W.  17th  St.,  Chicago. 

3673 

Ladies  don't  give;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  S.  Kuhns  &  M.  P.  Le  Vino. 
©  1  c.  June  26,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11112;  Margaret  Kuhns,  3311  Oak 
Glen  Drive,  &  Margaret  Prussing  Le 
Vino,  1600  Fairfax  Ave.,  Hollywood, 
Calif.  3674 

Lady  Chatterley's  lover ;  a  dramatiza- 
tion of  his  version  of  D.  H.  Law- 
rence's novel,  by  Samuel  Roth.  New 
York,  William  Faro,  inc.,  1931.  4 
p.  1.,  5-170  p.  Svo.  ©  Apr.  24, 
1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  30 ;  D  pub.  751 ;  Sam- 
uel Roth,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.        3675 


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Lady  (The)  of  the  lake;  romantic 
opera  in  prologue  and  B-  acts,  Vocal 
score — piano.  Story  adapted  from 
the  poem  of  Sir  Walter  Scott-bart. 
by  Wallace  Taylor  Hughes,  music 
by  Karl  Schmidt.  [Louisville,  1931] 
1  p.  L,  III,  2-240  p.  fob  ©  June 
16,  1931 ;  2  c.  June  18 ;  D  pub.  28055  ; 
Karl  Schmidt,  Louisville.  3676 

Last  (The)  word.     See  Atheist. 

Lava  ;  schauspiel  in  3  akten,  von  Fritz 
Gottwald.  Regie-  und  soufflierbuch. 
Als  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Wien- 
Berlin,  1931.  3  p.  1.,  2-115  numb.  1. 
4to.  ©  1  c.  June  18,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11089;  Verlag  Max  Pfeffer,  Bosen- 
dorferstrasse  1,  Vienna.  3677 

Learned  (The)  ladies.  See  Four 
Moliere  comedies. 

Let  me  confess  ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Theodore  Reeves.  ©  1  c.  June  20, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11041 ;  Zoltan  Rosen- 
feld,  365  Westminster  Rd.,  Cedar- 
hurst,  L.  I..  N.  Y.  3678 

Light-fingered  (A)  lady;  a  mystery- 
comedy  in  1  act,  by  Lindsey  Barbee. 
Philadelphia,  1931.  31  p.  12mo.  © 
June  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  June  IS ;  D  pub. 
754 ;  Penn  pub.  co.,  Philadelphia. 

3679 

Little  (A)  fun;  a  comedy  in  prologue 
and  3  acts,  by  Fraser  Arkell  [i.  e. 
G.  F.  Arkell]  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11026;  Georgia  Fraser 
Arkell,  390  Riverside  Drive,  New 
York.  3680 

Little  Girl  Blue ;  a  romantic  comedy 
in  a  prologue  and  3  acts,  by  Dorothy 
Heyward  and  Dorothy  DeJagers. 
New  York,  Los  Angeles,  Samuel 
French,  inc. ;  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd.  [1931]  80,  [2]  p. 
diagrs.  12mo.  ([French's  interna- 
tional ed.,  no.  700] )  ©  June  8, 
1931;  2  c.  June  22;  D  pub.  760; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.  3681 

Living  (The)  mist:  a  play  in  4  scenes. 
by  R.  Woellhaf  and  R.  Allen.  © 
1  c.  June  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11150 ; 
Richard  Woellhaf  and  Ralph  Allen. 
521  5th  Ave.,  New  York.  3682 

London  calling ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  Geoffrey  Kerr.  New  York,  Los 
Angeles.  Samuel  French,  inc. ;  Lon- 
don, Samuel  French,  ltd.  [1931]  95, 
[2]  p.  plates,  diagrs.  12mo. 
( [French's  standard  library  ed.] ) 
©  June  8,  1931:  2  c.  June  22;  D 
pub.  759;  Geoffrey  Kerr,  New  York. 

3683 


London  Wall ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts  [by] 
J.  Van  Druten.  London,  Victor  Gol- 
lancz  ltd.,  1931.  126  p.  12mo.  © 
May  12,  1931;  1  c.  June  12;  D  pub. 
11001 ;  John  Van  Druten,  London. 

3684 

Lonely  hearts ;  a  comedy,  by  John 
Philip  Hill  Milhous.  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10863  ;  Carolina  play- 
makers,  inc.,  University  of  North 
Carolina,  Chapel  Hill,  N.  C.        3685 

Looking  at  life  through  drama ;  [by] 
Lydia  Glover  Deseo  [and]  Hulda 
Mossberg  Phipps.  New  York,  Chi- 
cago [etc.,  1931]  203  p.  Svo. 
Dramatic  contents ;  The  slave,  by 
Elizabeth  Hall  Yates.— Bread,  by 
Fred  Eastman.— X-0 :  a  night  of 
the  Trojan  war,  by  John  Drink- 
water. — The  criminal  code,  by  Mar- 
tin Flavin.  ©  Apr.  13,  1931;  2  c. 
and  aff.  June  3  ;  A  38610 ;  Abingdon 
press,  inc.,  New  York.  3685* 

Lost,  found ;  a  musical  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Bessie  R.  Phillips.  Text.  ©  1  c. 
June  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11110 ;  Bes- 
sie Phillips,  6501  Ruth  Ave.,  Cleve- 
land. 3686 

Lou  Handman.  See  Popular  com- 
posers. 

Loudspeaker ;  a  comedy -drama  in  a 
prologue  and  3  acts,  by  Lawrence 
Holcomb  [i.  e.  H.  L.  Holcomb]  @ 
1  c.  June  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10988 ; 
H.  Lawrence  Holcomb,  Walnut  Hill, 
New  Castle,  Del.  3687 

Love  and  let  love ;  a  farcical  satire  in 
3  acts,  by  M.  D.  Eder.  ©  1  c.  June 
13,  1931;  D  unpub.  10966;  Max 
David  Eder,  257  E.  3d  St.,  New 
York.  3688 

Love  cannot  make  the  dead  dance ;  a 
play,  by  L.  L.  Romonek.  ©  1  c. 
June  19.  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11028 ;  Lea 
Lipsey  Romonek,  114  S.  54th  St., 
Omaha.  3689 

Love  for  two ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
Frederick  Russell.  ©  1  c.  June  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11138 ;  Frederick  A. 
Russell,  5146  1-4  Sunset  Blvd., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  3690 

Lovers — American  vs.  European.  See 
Our  American  countess. 

Lovers  are  born  ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  H.  C.  Kerkow.  ©  1  c.  June  10, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10930;  Herbert 
Charles  Kerkow,  140  E.  46th  St., 
New  York.  3691 


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Lucky  old  Bill ;  a  romantic  adventure 
with  music  in  2  acts,  by  B.  Bairns- 
father  &  H.  Thurston.  Text.  © 
1  c.  June  10,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11103 ; 
Bruce  Bairnsfather  &  Harry  Thurs- 
ton, c/o  A.  L.  Berman,  551  5th  Ave., 
New  York.  3692 

Lucrezia  Borgia ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
G.  V.  Archibald.  ©  1  c.  June  3, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10897 ;  Gilda  Varesi 
Archibald,  2  Chester  PI.,  London. 

3693 

Mad  hopes ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  R. 
Brent.  ©  1  c.  June  16,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10984;  Romney  Brent,  400 
E.  49th  St.,  New  York.  3694 

Mademoiselle  Docteur ;  ein  biihnen- 
stiick  [in  9  bildern  und  epilog]  nach 
motiven  aus  H.  R.  Berndorffs  buch 
Spionage,  von  Otto  Alfred  Palitzsch. 
Manuscript.  Stuttgart,  1931.  2  p.  1., 
[3]-146  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  27, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11017 ;  Dieck  &  co., 
Stuttgart,   Germany.  3695 

Majk  w  Polsce  na  zareezynach ;  a 
sketch,  by  I.  Ulatowski.  ©  1  c. 
June  4,  1931;  D  unpub.  10858; 
Ignacy  Ulatowski,  2639  Commor 
Ave.,   Hamtramck,   Mich.  3696 

Man  ( A )  condemned ;  an  historical 
religious  play  in  3  acts,  bv  Leslie 
Maher.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  24,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10920;  Leslie  Jas.  Fitzsim- 
mons,  409  3d  Ave.,   Newark,   N.    J. 

3697 

Manhandlers ;  a  comedy  dramatic 
travesty,  by  G.  J.  Bennett  and  S. 
Carlton.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11030;  Geo.  J.  Bennett  and 
Sam  Carlton,  218  W.  47th  St.,  Sha- 
piro Bernstein  Bldg.,  New  York. 

3698 

Margot's  marriage ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  E.  Bjorkman.  ©  1  c.  June 
20,  1931;  D  unpub.  11042;  Edwin 
Bjorkman,  P.  O.  Box  387,  Asheville, 
N.  C.  3699 

Marlborough  goes  to  war ;  an  histori- 
cal untruth  in  3  acts,  translated 
from  the  French  of  Marcel  Achard 
by  D.  Cheston.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  24, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10851 ;  Dorothy 
Cheston.  97  Chilton  Court,  Baker 
St.,  London.  3699* 

Maschere  (Le)  ;  commedia  lirica  e 
giocosa,  parabasi  e  3  atti  di  Luigi 
Illica,  musica  di  Pietro  Mascagni. 
Milano  [19311  99,  [11  p.  12mo. 
Text.  ©  Feb.  20.  1931;  1  c.  Mar.  5; 
D  pub.   10989;   Casa  musicale   Son-  I 


zogno,   S.  A.,  Milan.      [©  Modifica- 
tions, by  Pietro  Mascagni]  3700 

Me  and  my  umbrella ;  a  pageant-panto- 
mime, by  M.  W.  Laughton.  ©  1  c. 
June  10,  1931;  D  unpub.  10931; 
Marie  Ware  Laughton,  541  Boylston 
St.,  Boston.  3701 

Meddig  fogsz  szeretni?  vigjatek  3  fel- 
vonasban,  irta :  Halasz  Imre  [i.  e. 
Imre  Halasz]  ©  1  c.  June  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11060;  Alexander  Marton, 
Budapest,  Hungary.  3702 

Melancholy  (The)  rich;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  E.  Wilkes.  ©  1  c.  June  9, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10906;  Ernest 
Wilkes,  529  North  Rodeo  Drive, 
Beverly  Hills,  Calif.  3703 

Merchandising  the  apple;  or,  Apples 
consumers  like  to  eat;  a  dialog,  by 
Prof.  Hort  and  Joe  Upple  [i.  e.  J. 
Godkin  and  A.  H.  Teske]  ©  1  c. 
June  17,  1931;  D  unpub.  10999; 
James  Godkin  and  A.  H.  Teske,  Va. 
Poly.  Institute,  Blacksburg,  Va. 

3704 

Mesmer,  der  grosse  magier  des  18 
jahrhunderts ;  spiechnlmdrama  von 
Friedrich  von  Waldheimb,  pseud., 
nach  dessen  Mesmer-biographie.  © 
1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  11023; 
Fritz  Shurer-Waldheim,  Steiner- 
gasse  6,  Vienna.  3705 

Middle  years;  a  comedy  in  3  acts*,  by 
Belle  MacDiarmid  Ritchey.  Boston 
[1931]  127  p.  12mo.  ©  June  1, 
1931;  2  c.  June  3;  D  pub.  740; 
Walter  H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.      3706 

Mill  on  the  Floss.    See  Deep  waters. 

Millie  Madden ;  Episode  1-3,  a  series 
of  radio  sketches,  by  C.  B.  Casad. 
©  1  c.  each  June  11,  1931 ;  D  10937- 
10939;  Campbell  B.  Casad,  Hotel 
Ansonia,  Broadway  &  73d  St.,  New 
York.  3707-3709 

Miracle ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by  G.  C. 
Reid.  ©  1  c.  June  2,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10826;  George  Clifford  Reid,  615 
Sierra  Drive,  Beverly  Hills,  Calif. 

3710 

Miracle  at  Verdun;  8  scenes,  by  Hans 
Chlumberg,  tr.  from  the  German,  by 
Julian  Leigh.  New  York,  Bretano's, 
1931.  5  p.  1.,  3-161  p.  front, 
(port.)  12mo.  ©  Apr.  20,  1931; 
2  c.  Apr.  22;  D  pub.  764;  Theatre 
guild,  inc.,  New  York.  3711 

Miracle  (A)  play  for  Christmas,  a  1- 
act  play,  by  F.  W.  Gross.     ©  1  c. 


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3732 


June  24,  1931;  D  unpub.  11082; 
Frances  Wetniore  Gross,  Barrington 
111.  3712 

Mirth  in  heaven;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  D.  Shifrin  and  G.  Irving,  ©le. 
June  9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10907; 
Joseph  D.  Shifrin,  67  W.  44th  St., 
and  Gene  Irving,  827  Macy  PL,  New 
York.  3713 

Misanthrope  (The)  See  Four  Moliere 
comedies. 

Miser  (The)  See  Four  Moliere  come- 
dies. 

Misfortune's  grain ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
M.  E.  Jordan.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10862;  Mary  Elizabeth 
Jordan,  132  E.  Washington  Ave., 
Clifton  Heights,  Pa.  3714 

Mr.  Tuttle's  tonsils ;  a  comedy  in  1 
act,  by  Dudley  Jenkins.  Philadel- 
phia, 1931.  22  p.  12mo.  ©  June  5, 
1931;  2  c.  June  18;  D  pub.  756; 
Penn  publishing  co.,  Philadelphia. 

3715 

Mister  Zeke ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Ferol 
Cornelison.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11062 ;  Ferol  Mae  Corneli- 
son, 99  Howe  St.,  New  Haven.      3716 

Misther  Conductor ;  a  monologue,  by 
Yada  F.  Carlson.  Philadelphia, 
1931.  8  p.  12mo.  ©  June  5,  1931 ; 
2  c.  June  18 ;  D  pub.  753 ;  Penn  pub. 
co„  Philadelphia.  3717 

Mrs.  Cohen  at  the  movies;  a  sketch, 
by  D.  Freedman.  ©  1  c.  June  29, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11145 ;  David  Freed- 
man, 50  W.  77th  St.,  New  York. 

3718 

Mrs.  Flick  turns  the  tables;  a  1-act 
play,  by  R.  E.  Balluff.  ©  1  c.  June 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10978;  Ruth 
Elizabeth  Balluff,  2403  Hartzell  St., 
Evanston,  111.  3719 

Mrs.  Pewterson  pours ;  a  farce  in  1  net 
by  J.  H.  Shale,  jr.  ©  1  c.  June  22, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11049 ;  Joseph  Harry 
Shale,  jr.,  14  Elm  Ave.,  Larchmont, 
N.  Y.  3720 

Modern  (A)  Puritan;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  M.  C.  Yenable.  ©  1  c.  June  13, 
1931:  D  unpub.  10965;  Maybelle 
Carter  Yenable,  4907  Maryland  Ave., 
St.  Louis.  3721 

Modern  Victorians  ;  a  corned v  in  3  acts, 
by  E.  H.  Gould.  ©  1  c.  June  24, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11086;  Elizabeth 
Hull  Gould.  240  Alexander  St.,  Roch- 
ester, N.  Y.  3722 


Money  a  la  mode;  a  3-act  comedy,  by 
W.  C.  Patterson.  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10831;  William 
Chandler  Patterson,  2055  Polk  St., 
San  Francisco.  3723 

Moon  shy ;  a  farce  comedy  in  3  actsr 
by  Helen  A.  Monsell.  Boston  [1981] 
48  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ©  May  28, 
1931 ;  2  c.  June  3 ;  D  pub.  742;  Wal- 
ter H.  Baker  co.,  Boston.  3724 

Moon  stallions;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
A.  Ebenhack.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11027;  Arthur  Ebenhack, 
151  E.  Main  St./Chillicothe,  O.    3725 

Mother's  (The)  will;  a  tragi-comedy 
in  2  acts  with  a  prologue,  by  M. 
Goldberg. 

t^tt  papa  2  "pa  yoas^jw^^tt 

©  1  c.  June  16,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10987 ;  Michael  Goldberg,  2442  Dick- 
ens Ave.,  Far  Rockaway,  N.  Y.    3726 

Much  ado  about  nothing.  See  King 
Henry  V. 

Music  in  the  home ;  a  dramatic  sketch, 
by  Edward  Roberts  and  Frank 
Cavett.  ©  1  c.  June  6,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10880;  Edward  Barry  Roberts, 
12  Grove  St.,  and  Frank  Morgan 
Cavett,  131  E.  40th  St.,  New  York. 

3727 

My  lady's  shawl ;  a  pageant  of  the 
shawls  of  many  countries,  with  a 
monologue  of  pioneer  days,  by  I.  J. 
Crandall.  ©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10879 ;  Irene  Jean  Crandall, 
5843  Blackstone  Ave.,  Chicago. 

3728 

Na  narodzene  meno  (Meniny)  1,  2  cast, 
a  sketch,  by  A.  Pelak.  ©  1  c.  Mar. 
21,  1931  i  D  unpub.  11165;  Andrej 
Pelak,  519  Sanderson  Ave.,  Throop, 
Pa.  3729 

Naivete;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  J. 
Ingerlid.  ©  1  c.  June  23,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11072 ;  Joseph  Jay  Ingerlid, 
Post  Office  Box  571,  Grand  Central 
Station,  New  York.  3730 

Nation's  (The)  idol;  a  blackout  skit, 
by  B.  Griefer.  ©  1  c.  June  16,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11108;  Ben  Griefer,  1431 
44th  St.,  Brooklyn.  3731 

Naughtical  but  nice;  a  musical  comedy 
in  2  acts,  by  S.  Freidberg  and  Don- 
ald B.  Robinson.  Text.  ©  1  c.  June 
18,  1931;  D  unpub.  11004;  Sidney 
Freidberg,  940  St.  Nicholas  Ave., 
New  York.  3732 


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Naughty,, Willie  Shakespeare;  a  farce 

in  3-acts>  by  J.  G.  Pote.    ©  1  c.  June 

;26,    1931;    D    unpub.    11113;    John 

Grandin   Pote,    Esplanade    Gardens, 

Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  3733 

Necro vision  ;■ -'a  play  in  5  acts,  by  W. 
D.  Hancock.  ©  1  c.  June  11,  1931 ; 
•D  unpub:  10944;  William  David 
Hancock,  817  W.  End  Ave.,  New 
York.  3734 

New  pastures.     See  Thorough  change. 

News;  a  sketch,  by  W.  D.  Kramer.  © 
1  c.  June  3.  1931;  D  unpub.  10843; 
W.  D.xon  Kramer,  11  W.  42d  St., 
New  York.  3735 

Nez  Perce  (The)  quest;  a  play  by 
Charles  Mac  Dowell  Sharpsten.  © 
l,c.  June  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  11054; 
Charles  M.  Sharpsten,  626  Moreno 
Ave.,  Los  Angeles.  3736 

Nip  and  Tuck ;  Episode  1-3,  a  series 
.  of  radio  sketches,  by  C.  B.  Casad. 
©  1  c.  each  May  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10771-10773;  Campbell  B.  Casad, 
Hotel  Ansonia,  Broadway  &  73d  St., 
New  York.  3737-3739 

Niquette ;  operette  en  3  actes,  livret  de 
Henri  Wernert  et  Albert  de  Teneu- 
ille,  musique  de  Guy  Lafarge.  Par- 
tition chant  &  piano.  Paris,  1931. 
3  p.  1.,  252  p.  fol.  ©  May  1,  1931 ; 
1  c.  June  3;  D  pub.  28045;  C.  Jou- 
bert  et  cie.,  Paris.  3740 

No  show  to-night ;  a  comedy  sketch,  by 
Matthew  Purcell.  ©  1  c.  June  23, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11069;  Matthew 
Francis  Purcell,  393  Central  Park, 
W.,  New  York.  3741 

Novitiate ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  bv  W.  W. 
Lang.  ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11149;  William  Warner 
Lang,  84  State  St..  Boston.         3742 

Now  wouldn't  that  jar  you?  a  talk- 
ing act,  by  Arthur  LeRoy  Kaser. 
Chicago  [1931]  12  p.  12mo.  © 
June  26,  1931  ;  2  c.  June  29 ;  D  pub. 
765 ;  T.  S.  Denison  &  co.,  Chicago. 

3743 

Offside;  story  with  musical  score,  by 
M.  R.  Thomas.  ©  1  c.  June  18, 
1931;  D  unpub.  28052;  M.  Ray 
Thomas,    Box    154,    Downey,    Id. 

3744 

Oh,  freedom  ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by  M. 
Jink*.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10967;  Margaret  Jinks,  176 
Victoria  Ave.,  Hampton,  Va.       3745 


On  the  make ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
R.  Gray.  ©  1  c.  June  16,  1931 ;  D 
unpub.  10977;  Roger  Gray,  130  W. 
44th  St.,  New  York.  3746: 

One-act  plays  for  stage  and  study. 
Sixth  series;  twenty-one  conLempo- 
rary  plays  never  before  published  in 
book  form,  by  American,  English 
and  Irish  dramatists,  preface  by 
Martin  Flavin.  New  York,  Los  An- 
geles, Samuel  French ;  London,  Sam- 
uel French,  ltd.,  1931.  xi,  377  p. 
8vo.  Contents. — The  still  alarm,  by 
George  S.  Kaufman. — The  snake 
charmer,  by  Arnold  Bennett.— The 
ghosts  of  Windsor  Park,  by  Harold 
Brighouse. — Speaking  terms,  by  Ro- 
land Pertwee. — Murder  !  Murder  ! 
Murder  !  by  Babette  Hughes. — Men, 
women  and  goats,  by  Charles 
O'Brien  Kennedy.  —  Colman  and 
Guaire,  by  Lady  Gregory. — The  wil- 
low plate,  by  Florence  Ryerson  and 
Colin  Clements. — The  woman  who 
understood  men,  by  John  Kirkpat- 
rick. — Poetry  and  plaster,  by  Rus- 
sell Medcraft. — The  bad  penny,  by 
Rachel  Field. — The  lost  princess,  by 
Dan  Totheroh. — The  Chinese  water 
wheel,  by  Edna  Higgins  Strachan. — 
Traffic  signals,  by  A.  M.  Drum- 
mond. — Babbitt's  boy,  by  Glenn 
Hughes. — Josephine,  by  Bosworth 
Crocker. — Saint  Cyprian  and  the 
devil,  by  Ethel  Van  der  Veer. — The 
wolf  at  the  door,  by  Daniel  E.  Han- 
Ion. — The  pie  and  the  tart,  by  M. 
Jagendorf. — A  change  of  mind,  by 
Russell  Speirs. — The  moving  finger, 
by  Percival  Wilde.  ©  Apr.  10.  1931 ; 
2  c.  May  20 ;  aff .  May  18 ;  A  38292 ; 
Samuel   French,   New    York.     3746* 

One  (The)  hundred  and  fifty  first  de- 
gree ;  a  mock  initiation  for  lodges 
and  clubs,  by  U.  W.  Perkins.  Cor- 
coran, Calif.,  1931.  5  p.  1.,  12  numb. 
1.  cliagr.  4to.  ©  June  15,  1931; 
2  c.  June  19;  D  pub.  758;  Ursa 
Wood  Perkins,  Box  397,  Corcoran, 
Calif.  3747 

One-man  (A)  women;  a  dramatic 
composition,  by  S.  Chayes.  ©  1  c. 
June  10.  1931;  D  unpub.  11162; 
Sally  Chayes,  Hotel  Greystone,  New 
York.  3748 

One  of  these  days,  a  play  in  4  acts, 
by  C.  B.  Thorne.  ©  1  c.  June  23, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11167;  Cecil  Barre 
Thorne.  Wykagyl  Gardens,  North 
Ave.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  J.  3749 

Only  (The)  way;  a  play  in  3  acts 
and     prologue,     based     on     Charles 


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3761 


Dickens'  novel  Tale  of  two  cities, 
by   C.  Payton   and   H.   Browne.     © 

1  c.  June  18,  1031;  D  unpub.  11007; 
Corse  Payton  &  Henrietta  Browne, 
72  Tompkins  Ave.,  Brooklyn.      3750 

Open  (The)  door  and  The  dawning 
of  the  morning- ;  2  missionary  plays 
with  accompanying  service  of  wor- 
ship arranged  for  the  chancel  Lby] 
Eleonora  Rohde.  New  York,  Cin- 
cinnati, [etc.]  The  Abingdon  press 
[1931]     23  p.    Svo.    ©  Jan.  12,  1931 ; 

2  c.  and  aff.  Mar.  6 ;  A  34634 ;  Eleo- 
nora Rohde,  Weyauwega,  Wis.    3751 

Oriental  (An)  surprise;  a  skit,  by 
Josephine  Wehn.  ©  1  c.  June  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11098 ;  Josephine  H. 
Wehn,  Hotel  Endicott,  81st  St.,  & 
Col.  Ave.,  New  York.  3752 

Other  people's  money ;  a  comedy  dra- 
ma in  3  acts,  by  Forbes  Elliot.  © 
1  c.  June  6,  1931 :  D  unpub.  10917 : 
Dwight  L.  Clarke.  1809  Beech  St., 
Bakersfield,  Calif.  3753 

Our  American  countess ;  dramatized 
in  3  acts,  by  Y.  Santini,  from  Lov- 
ers-American vs.  European,  by  Nor- 
val  Richardson.  ©  1  c.  June  11. 
1931;  D  unpub.  10991;  Vera  San- 
tini, 25  E.  End  Ave.,  New  York. 

3754 

Our  Billie;  a  dramtico-musical  compo- 
sition, by  E.  Pearle  Fellows  [pseud, 
of  E.  P.  Calkins]  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  28040;  E.  Pearle 
Calkins,  1200  N.  Cedar  St.,  Glen- 
dale,  Calif.  3755 

Pageant  on  creation ;  a  religious  play 
in  1  act,  by  L.  Spruell.  ©  1  c. 
May  27,  1931;  D  unpub.  10832;  Le- 
ola  Spruell,  298  Halsted  St.,  East 
Orange,  N.  J.  3756 

Pair  (A)  of  jacks;  a  play  in  2  acts, 
by  H.  S.  Kraft.  ©  1  c.  June  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10976;  Hyman  S. 
Kraft,  140  W.  69th  St.,  New  York. 

3757 

Parallelen  (Die)  ;  operette  ohne  musik 
[in  3  akten]  von  Pedro  Munoz  Seca 
und  Pedro  Perez  Fernandez.  Einzig 
berechtigte  iibersetzung,  text  von  H. 
H.  Helasco,  gesangstexte  von  Theo 
Halton.  Manuskript.  Berlin-Wil- 
mersdorf,  1930.  3  p.  1.,  3-61  numb, 
leaves.  12mo.  Text.  ©  1  c.  Apr. 
8,  1931;  D  unpub.  11018;  Hermann 
Haberer  Helasco,  Emser  Str.  1,  Ber- 
lin-Wilmersdorf,    Germany.  3758 


Paris  von  heute ;  komtfdie  in  5  scenen 
von  Elisabeth  Reissig.  Als  unver- 
kiiuflkhes  manuskript  vervielfaltigt. 
Berlin,  1931.  3  p.  1.,  [5]-59  p. 
12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  12,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11019;  Ernst  Reissig, 
Georgenstr.  28.   Berlin.  3759 

Passport ;  a  play,  by  L.  L.  Romonek. 
©  1  c.  June  19,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11029;  Lea  Lipsey  Romonek,  114  S. 
54th  St.,  Omaha.  3760 

Pearl-tree    (The)     See  Three  plays. 

Penal  Island.     See  Prisoner's  base. 

Pen-o-graphs ;  sketch  1-3,  a  series  of 
sketches,  by  C.  Henderson  and  J. 
Ferguson.  ©  1  c.  June  6,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10919;  Charles  Henderson, 
39-88  49th  St.,  Long  Island  City, 
N.  Y.,  and  John  Ferguson,  547  River- 
side Drive,  New  York.  3761 

Perfect  (The)  touch;  a  comedy  in 
3  acts,  by  L.  Campbell.  ©  1  c. 
May  22,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10869 ;  Law- 
ton  Campbell,  1349  Lexington  Ave., 
New  York.  3762 

Phaedra ;  or,  Iris  in  and  out ;  a  life- 
picture  in  16  takes,  by  Leslie  Yance 
[pseud,  of  Laurence  Vaughn]  © 
1  c.  Apr.  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10849 ; 
Chariot  Moore,  716  S.  Wilton  PL, 
Hollywood,    Calif.  3763 

Phantom  (The)  pool  player.  See  He's 
dead. 

Phantom  (The)  rider;  a  play  in  10 
scenes,  by  E.  J.  Clapham.  ©  1  c. 
June  9,  1931;  D  unpub,  10898; 
Emilia  Joyaux  Clapham,  901  Grizzly 
Peak  Blvd.,  Berkeley,  Calif.       3764 

Piccadilly  and  Broadway.  See  High- 
ways and  byways. 

Picture  (The)  of  Dorian  Gray.  See 
Radiant   princess. 

Pig  (A)  in  a  poke;  a  skit,  by  G.  D. 
Janes.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11115;  Guido  D.  Janes,  265 
Burns  St.,  Forest  Hills,  N.  Y.     3765 

Pink  baths ;  a  farce  musical  revue  in 
3  acts,  by  Samuel  Dockrell.  Text. 
©  1  c.  June  10,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10929;  Samuel  Edge  Dockrell.  156 
Terry  Rd.,  Hartford.  3766 

Pitchman  (The)  ;  a  comedy  by  Van 
Velsor  Smith  [i.  e.  J.  V.  Smith] 
©  1  c.  June  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10881;  J.  Van  Velsor  Smith,  27 
Lenox  Rd.,   Brooklyn.  3767 


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Plays  for  the  children's  hour  ;  by  Caro- 
lyn Sherwin  Bailey.  Springfield, 
Mass.  [1931]  2  p.  1.,  3-257  p,  8vo. 
Dramatic  contents:  Mother  Goose 
opens  her  door,  by  Clara  Swain 
Green. — Five-minute  plays,  by  Re- 
becca Rice. — The  Land  of  Play,  by 
Mary  Sharpe. — Why  Jack-o'-Lantern 
keeps  Hallowe'en,  by  Carolyn  Sher- 
win Bailey. — Tabby's  Thanksgiving 
doll,  by  Rebecca  Rice. — The  home- 
coming, by  Winifred  E.  Howe  and 
Carolyn  Sherwin  Bailey. — The  three 
trees,  by  Gertrude  Maynard. — The 
Christmas  card,  by  Victor  D'Amico. 
— The  search  for  Santa  Claus,  by 
Carolyn  Sherwin  Bailey. — A  Christ- 
mas dream,  by  Mildred  Abernethy 
Hayes. — The  Christmas  party,  by 
Carolyn  Sherwin  Bailey. — A  pageant 
of  time,  by  Anne  Glenn  Robeson. — 
The  rabbit  who  wanted  red  wings, 
by  Carolyn  Sherwin  Bailey. — All  on 
the  King's  Highway,  by  Mary  E. 
Carpenter.  —  Mothering  day,  by 
Helen  M.  Reynolds. — The  Maypole, 
by  Carolyn  Sherwin  Bailey. — Run- 
away clowns,  by  Beatrice  Creigh- 
ton. — Hans  who  made  the  Princess 
laugh,  by  Mary  E.  Carpenter. — Bau- 
cis and  Philemon,  by  Mary  E.  Car- 
penter.— Pann's  birthday  party,  bv 
Alice  Towle.  ©  June  2,  1931;  2  c. 
June  10;  aff.  June  16;  A  37964; 
Milton  Bradley  co.,  Springfield,  Mass. 

3767* 

Poor  relations ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
C.  Tyler.  ©  1  c.  June  17,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10992;  Converse  Tyler, 
P.  O.  Box  176,  Milford,  Pike  Co., 
Pa.  3768 

Popular  composers;  Episode  no.  4. 
Archie  Gottler,  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Lawrence  Holcomb.  ©  1  c.  June 
1,  1931;  D  unpub.  10835;  Famous 
artists  of  the  air,  New  York.     3769 

Episode    no.    5.      Sam    Lewis,    a 

radio  sketch,  by  Lawrence  Holcomb. 
©  1  c.  June  1,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10S36;  Famous  artists  of  the  air, 
New  York.  3770 

Episode    no.    6.      Lou    Handman, 

a  radio  sketch,  by  Sig  Herzig.  © 
1  c.  June  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11131 ; 
Famous  artists  of  the  air,  New 
York.  3771 

Episode  no.  7.     Joe  Burke  &  Al 

Dubin,  a  radio  sketch,  by  Sig  Her- 
zig. ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11132:  Famous  artists  of  the  air. 
New  York.  3772 


Episode  no.  8.     L.  Wolfe  Gilbert, 

a  radio  sketch,  by  Lawrence  Hol- 
comb. ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 11133;  Famous  artists  of  the 
air,  New  York.  3773 

Episode  no.  9.  Bud  Green,  a  ra- 
dio sketch,  by  Lawrence  Holcomb. 
©  1  c.  June  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11134;  Famous  artists  of  the  air, 
New  York.  3774 

Portrait  of  a  lady ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  Buckner.  ©  1  c.  June  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11120;  Robert 
Buckner,  310  E.  44th  St.,  New  York. 

3775 

Positivo  (Lo)  ;  [por]  Tamayo  y  Baus 
[i.  e.  Manuel  Tamayo  y  Baus] 
Notes,  exercises,  and  vocabulary, 
by  Philip  Harry  and  Alfonso  de 
Salvio.  New  ed.  Boston,  New  York 
[1931]  vii,  134  p.  16mo.  ©  May  13, 
1931 ;  2  c.  May  22 ;  aff.  May  21 ;  A 
37443 ;  D.  C.  Heath  and  co.,  Boston. 
[©  Cuestionario,  pp.  95-103]     3775* 

Post  investigation ;  a  sketch,  by  H. 
Waters.  ©  1  c.  June  9,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10899;  Hadley  Waters,  Hotel 
St.   George,  Brooklyn.  3776 

Post-mortem;  a  play  in  8  scenes,  by 
Noel  Coward.  London,  William 
Heinemann,  ltd.  4  p.  1..  83  p.  12mo. 
©  Apr.  27,  1931 ;  1  c.  May  5 ;  D  pub. 
11125;  Noel  Coward,  London.     3777 

Potomac  playground ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  M.  Ewing.  ©  1  c.  June 
16,  1931;  D  unpub.  10982;  Robert 
Martin  Ewing,  430  W.  118th  St., 
New  York.  3778 

Precedent ;  a  play  about  justice  [in  3 
acts  and  an  epilogue]  by  I.  J.  Golden. 
New  York,  Farrar  &  Rinehart,  in- 
corporated [1931]  viii.  p.,  2  1.,  3- 
148  p.  12mo.  ©  June  4,  1931 ;  2  c. 
June  9;  D  pub.  748;  I.  J.  Golden, 
New  York.  3779 

Precz  z  wodka ;  a  sketch,  by  I.  Ulatow- 
ski.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10861 ;  Ignacy  Ulatowski,  2639  Com- 
mor  Ave.,  Hamtramck,  Mich.      3780 

Prisoner's  base;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  Dreifuss.  A  rev.  version  of  Penal 
Island  by  the  same  author.  ©  1  c. 
June  2,  1931;  D  unpub.  10825;  Je- 
rome Dreifuss,  86  Jane  St.,  New 
York.  3781 

Pueblo  days ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
M.  Armstrong.  ©  1  c.  June  2,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10883 ;  Maurice  M.  Arm- 
strong, 714  Washington  Bldg.,  Los 
Angeles.  3782 


202 


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no.  6, 1931 


3S02 


Pursuit  of  happiness;  by  Resta  Cro- 
well.  New  York,  Michael  S.  Mill, 
1931.  viii,  120  p.  12ino.  ©  May 
14.  1931;  2  c.  May  15;  D  pub.  750; 
Resta  Crowell,  Medford,  Mass. 

3783 

Qnadratur  (Die)  des  kreises ;  komo- 
die  [in  2  akten]  von  Valentin  Kata- 
jew.  [Partial  new  translation  by 
Francesco  Mendelssohn  1  Manu- 
script. Berlin,  1930.  2  p.  1.,  [3]- 
62  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  8,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11009;  S.  Fischer  verlag 
a.  g.?  Berlin.  37S4 

Quigley  and  company ;  a  radio  epi- 
sode^ by  L.  D.  Hollister.  ©  1  c. 
June  5.  1931;  D  unpub.  10871;  Len 
D.    Hollister,    South   Casco,    Me. 

3785 

Radiant  (The)  princess;  a  drama  in 
3  acts,  by  Rowena  Emmitt  [pseud, 
of  R.  K.  Beebe]  an  adaptation  of 
The  picture  of  Dorian  Gray,  by 
Oscar  Wilde.  ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  11139;  Rowena  K.  Beebe, 
8100  E.  Jefferson  Ave.,  Detroit. 

3786 

Reading  (The)  of  the  will;  a  mystery- 
comedy  in  1  act,  by  William  H. 
Morgan.  Philadelphia.  1931.  27  p. 
12mo.  ©  June  5,  1931;  2  c.  June 
18 ;  D  pub.  752 ;  Penn  publishing  co., 
Philadelphia.  3787 

Red  echo ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  C. 
Andrews.  ©  1  c.  June  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10830;  Charlton  Andrews,  33 
Washington    Sq.,    New    York.      3788 

Red-headed  (The)  stepchild;  a  com- 
edy-drama in  3  acts ;  by  Charles 
George.  Chicago  [1931]  108  p. 
12mo.  ©  June  16,  1931;  2  c.  June 
18;  D  pub.  757;  T.  S.  Denison  & 
co.,  Chicago.  3789 

Reich  (Das)  Gottes  in  Bohmen ; 
tragodie  eines  fuhrers  [von]  Franz 
Werfel.  Berlin,  Wien  [etc.]  1930. 
203.  [1]  p.  8vo.  ©  Oct.  30,  1931; 
1  c.  Dec.  18;  D  pub.  10540;  Paul 
Zsolnay  verlag,  g.  m.  b.  h.,  Berlin. 

3790 

Repetition  (La)    See  Sur  les  planches. 

Rest  for  my  soul ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  W.  Braddy.  ©  1  c.  June  25. 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  1110O ;  Ann  Wishart 
Braddy,  108  Maiden  Lane,  Dublin. 
Ga.  3791 

Retribution ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Jean- 
ette  Simpson  [pseud,  of  J.  Silver- 
man]    ©  1  c.  June  3,  1931;  D  un- 


pub.    11111 ;     Jeanette     Silverman, 
4514  York  Rd.,  Philadelphia.       3792 

Return  (The)  ;  a  drama  in  3  acts,  by 
B.  M.  Hurowitz.  ©  1  c.  June  3, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10S95  ;  Benjamin  M. 
Hurowitz,  744  Herkness  St.,  Phila- 
delphia. 3793 

Ring  around  a  rosy ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  B.  Cutler.  ©  1  c.  June  9, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10900  ;  Bernard  Cut- 
ler, 407   S.  Ashland  Blvd.,  Chicago. 

3794 

Rob  o'  the  forest;  (Curwen  edition 
36S9)  a  comic  operetta  in  3  acts, 
written  and  composed  by  George 
Tootell.  London,  J.  Curwen  &  sons, 
ltd. ;  Germantown,  Philadelphia, 
Curwen,  inc.,  1931.  xxi,  182  p.  4to. 
©  Apr.  2,  1931 ;  1  c.  Apr.  6  ;  D  pub. 
28046;  George  Tootell,  Edgware, 
Middlesex,  England.  3795 

Romance  time ;  a  radio  sketch,  by 
Harry,  Lawrence.  ©  1  c.  June  2, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10833;  Smith  fam- 
ily,  inc.,    Chicago.  3796 

Romeo  and  Juliet.    See  King  Henry  V. 

Rose  (The)  of  California;  a  drama  in 
4  acts,  by  Albert  Leon  Van  Houtte. 
©  1  c.  June  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11168:  Albert  L.  Van  Houtte,  Box 
842,  Carmel,  Calif.  3797 

Saint  Dollar  and  the  virgin ;  a  satiri- 
cal farce  in  3  acts,  by  B.  Ricken- 
back.  ©  1  c.  June  17,  1931;  D  un- 
pub. 10994 ;  Bernard  Rickenback, 
26  Pryer  Lane,  Larchmont,  N.  Y. 

3798 

Sam  Lewis.     See  Popular  composers. 

Samples ;  a  revue  by  H.  Crawford. 
©  1  c.  June  18,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11006 :  Harry  Crawford,  3061  Bailey 
Ave.,   New  York.  3799 

Sandwich  (The)  sign  man;  a  sketch, 
by  A.  J.  Thornton.  ©  1  c.  June  16, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10986;  Arthur  J. 
Thornton,  8418  13th  Ave.,  Brooklyn. 

3800 

Santa  Claus'  surprise;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  I.  P.  Bradford.  ©  1  c.  June 
2,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10834 ;  Ivy  Powers 
Bradford,  801  Seward  St.,  Evanston, 
111.  3801 

Scharlatan  (Der)  ;  ein  schauspiel  in  5 
teilen  von  Jakob  Groneis.  Manu- 
script. Berlin,  1931.  2  p.  1.,  3-100  p. 
12mo.  ©  1  c.  Apr.  22,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11015;  S.  Fischer  verlag, 
a.  g.,  Berlin.  3802 


203 


CATALOGUE   OF   COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


3803 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Second  (The)  crucifixion;  a  drama  in 
4  acts,  by  P.  Stein. 

HDD  pB  pin^D  7  )*h  }iK  papa  4 

©  1  c.  May  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10776;  Paul  Stein,  932  Bronx  Park, 
S.,  New  York.  3803 

Sepia  ;  a  play,  by  F.  W.  Gordon.     © 

1  c.  June  16,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10979 ; 
Fred  W.  Gordon,  101  Park  Ave., 
New  York.  3804 

Sex  (The)  fable;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
Edouard  Bourdet,  translation  and 
adaptation,  by  Jane  Hinton.  ©  1  c. 
June  3,  1931;  D  unpub.  10856; 
Charles  Frohman,  inc.,  New  York. 

3805 

Shadows  of  vengeance ;  a  drama  in  3 
acts,  by  Dorothy  Warren.  ©  1  c. 
June  22,  1931;  D  unpub.  11050; 
Dorothy  Marcella  Warren,  1424  N. 
Garfield  Ave.,  Pasadena.  3806 

Shake-down;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  E.  A. 
Van  Swol  and  J.  G.  Loofbourrow. 
©  1  c.  Apr.  25,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10296 ;  E.  A.  Van  Swol,  504  W.  135th 
St.,  and  J.  G.  Loofbourrow,  329  W. 
4th  St.,  New  York.  3807 

She  walked  right  in ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  C.  Jordan.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10972;  Cecil  Jordan,  24 
Riverside  Drive,  New  York.        3808 

Sing  song  house ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
J.  W.  McDermott.  ©  1  c.  June  26, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11121 ;  John  W.  Mc- 
Dermott, 3100  Grand  View  Trail, 
Hollywood,  Calif.  3809 

Sinless  sinners.     See  Divorce  mills. 

Sir  Lochinvar ;  a  musical  adaption  in 

2  acts  of  The  man  from  home,  by 
R.  A.  Fox,  music  by  Verna  L.  Day. 
©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D  unpub. 
28051;  Russell  A.  Fox,  669  Irving 
Ave.,  Astoria,  Or.  3810 

Siren  (The)  ;  a  play  in  2  parts,  by 
Anton  Bundsmann  [i.  e.  E.  A.  Bunds- 
mann]  ©  1  c.  June  8,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11044;  Emil  Anton  Bunds- 
mann, 228  S.  Clinton  St.,  East 
Orange,  N.  J.  3811 

Six  little  theatre  plays ;  by  WTarren 
Beck.  Boston  [1931]  191  p.  12mo. 
Contents :  The  affairs  of  men. — 
After  all  these  years. — Fine  fren- 
zy.— The  fixed  canon. — A  heart  too 
soon  made  glad. — It's  no  use  to  ar- 
gue.    ©  May  8,  1931;  2  c.  and  aff. 


May  13 ;  A  38154 ;  Walter  H.  Baker 
co.,  Boston.  3811* 

Snappy  monologues ;  by  Mary  Moncure 
Parker.  New  York,  Los  Angeles, 
Samuel  French ;  London,  Samuel 
French,  ltd.,  1931.  viii  p.,  1  1.,  134  p. 
12mo.  Contents :  Minnie's  beau 
comes  to  call. — Shopping  with  Ted- 
dy.— Miss  Cleepatra  and  her  boy 
friend. — At  the  talkies. — George  and 
his  shadow. — Behind  the  scenes. — 
Mrs.  Upperly  visits  the  poor  in  per- 
son.— Little  Mary  entertains  a  visi- 
tor.— Lucindy  goes  to  a  night  club. — 
The  junk  man. — The  ancestress  re- 
bels.— In  the  year  2000. — The  moun- 
tain poet. — Gentleman  Jim. — Going 
back  to  nature. — The  village  dress- 
maker.— Mammy  Liza  tells  about  the 
creation. — What  a  two-year  old 
thinks  about. — Cultivating  John. — 
The  fashion  show. — On  the  side 
lines  at  the  circus. — Maggie  Murphy 
tells  some  beauty  secrets. — Adam's 
ribs. — My  old  pal-King  . — Xan- 
thippe protests. — Miss  Julyette  an' 
her  lovin'  man. — Yon  Yonson  in 
search  of  a  wife. — A  radio  ro- 
mance.— Optimistic  Joe. — All  in  our 
radio. — The  prisoner  at  the  bar. — It 
might  work  both  ways. — Phoning 
Santa  Claus.— Subway  Sally.— The 
fur  scarf.  ©  May  22,  1931:  2  c. 
May  27 ;  aff.  May  26 ;  A  37543 ;  Sam- 
uel French,  New  York.  3811** 

So  it  is ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  S.  H. 
Greenhill.  ©  1  c.  June  5,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10876;  Sara  H.  Greenhill,  20 
W.  86th  St.,  New  York.  3812 

Socks ;  a  comedy  with  music  in  2  acts, 
by  J.  Wilton.  Text.  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10829;  Joe  Wilton, 
184-23  Midland  Parkway,  Jamaica, 
L.  L,  N.  Y.  3813 

Solomon's  garden ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  T.  R.  Arkell.  ©  1  c.  June  26, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11124;  Thomas 
Reginald  Arkell,  6108  Temple  Hill 
Drive,  Hollywood,  Calif.  3814 

Someone  called  Pan :  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  P.  Barron.  ©  1  c.  June  12,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10954;  Patricia  Barron, 
260  W.  72d  St.,  New  York.  3815 

Something  they  call  sin ;  a  problem 
play  in  3  acts,  with  a  prologue  and 
an  epilogue,  by  John  Page.  London, 
The  Pharos  press  [1931]  xlxix  p., 
2  1.,  Ill  p.  12mo.  ©  Apr.  12,  1931 ; 
1  c.  Apr.  28;  D  pub.  10912;  John 
Page,  Mitcham,  Surrey,  England. 

3816 


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no.  6, 1931 


3837 


Somewhere  in  Africa ;  a  sketch,  by  D. 
Oppenheim.  ©  1  c.  June  10,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10932;  Dave  Oppenheim, 
240  W.  73d  St.,  New  York.  3817 

Sophistication ;  a  play  by  M.  Hellinger. 
©  1  c.  June  19,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11087 :  Mark  Hellinger  c/o  Harry  H. 
Oshrin  1501  Broadway,  New  York. 

3818 

Speedy  remedies:  a  light  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Norman  van  Weenen.  © 
1  c.  June  19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11033 ; 
Norman  Michael  Alexander  Van 
Weenen,  10  York  St.,  Berea,  Johan- 
nesburg, Transvaal,  South  Africa. 

3819 

Spilt  milk ;  a  comedy  in  5  scenes,  by 
K.  C.  Brown.  ©  1  c.  April  24,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11104;  Katharine  Curtis 
Brown.  1543  N.  Prospect  Ave.,  Mil- 
waukee. 3820 

Spionage.     See  Mademoiselle  Docteur. 

Spring  (The)  secret;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  N.  S.  Colby.  ©  1  c.  June  19, 
1931:  D  unpub.  11031;  Nathalie 
Sedgwick  Colby,  169  E.  78th  St., 
New  York.  3821 

Spy  (The)  ;  a  drama  in  4  acts,  by  E. 
Romaine.  A  dramatization  of  the 
novel,  by  James  Fenimore  Cooper. 
©  1  c.  June  23,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11070:  Elizabeth  Romaine,  432  Wil- 
low St.,  Waterbury,  Conn.  3822 

Steal  away ;  a  negro  play  in  1  act,  by 
F.  W.  Gross.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11068 ;  Frances  Wetmore 
Gross,  Barrington,  111.  3823 

Steel ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  J.  Wexley. 
©  1  c.  June  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10819 ; 
John  Wexley,  Hotel  Arlington,  18 
W.  25th  St.,  New  York.  3824 

Step  (The)  before  the  last;  a  drama 
in  3  acts,  by  August  Mahr.  ©  1  c. 
June  24,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11077  ;  Aug- 
ust Carl  Mahr,  93  15th  Ave.,  Colum- 
bus, O.  3825 

Strawberry  Kate;  an  uproarous 
comedy  in  3  acts  by  Euaene  G. 
Hafer.  Boston  [1931]  ^133  p. 
diagr.  12mo.  ©  June  1,  1931 ;  2  c. 
June  3;  D  pub.  744;  Walter  H. 
Baker  co.,  Boston.  3826 

Stray  lady ;  a  story  in  dialogue  and 
rough  continuity  form,  by  O.  M. 
Meehan.  ©  1  c.  June  2,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10824;  Olive  Margaret  Mee- 
han, 6308  1-2  Primrose  St.,  Los 
Angeles.  3827 


Substitute  for  Sally ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Marie  Doran.  New  York, 
Los  Angeles,  Samuel  French,  inc. ; 
London,  Samuel  French,  ltd.,  1931. 
81,  [1]  p.  diagr.  12mo.  ([French's 
international  ed.,  no.  697] )  ©  June 
8,  1931 ;  2  c  June  22 ;  D  pub.  761 ; 
Samuel  French,  New  York.         3828 

Suds  and  duds;  a  blackface  talking 
act,  by  Wray  Meltmar.  Chicago 
[1931]  15  p.  12mo.  ©  June  26, 
1931;  2  c.  June  29;  D  pub.  766;  T. 
S.  Denison  &  co.,  Chicago.  3829 

Sulla.    See  Three  plays. 

Sur  les  planches ;  ou,  La  repetition, 
piece  en  3  actes,  de  R.  Pedroza.  © 
1  c.  May  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10908 ; 
Raoul  Pedroza,  6,  Rue  Bassano, 
Paris.  3830 

Swamper  (The)  who  went  loco.  See 
Death  Valley  days. 

Swim  suits — panties  and  scanties  of 
1931 ;  dialogue  by  Fred  Herendeen. 
©  1  c.  June  20,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11043;  Frederick  Herendeen,  37  W. 
Van  Buren  St.,  Chicago.  3831 

Sylvia's  dream ;  a  farce  in  3  scenes, 
by  A.  M.  Ketcham.  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10872;  Anna  Marie 
Ketcham,  1763  Columbia  Rd.,  Wash- 
ington. 3832 

Taking  a  tip. ;  a  sketch,  by  E.  F.  Mc- 
Carthy. ©  1  c.  June  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10814;  Eugene  F.  McCarthy, 
302  Holden  Green,  Cambridge,  Mass. 

3833 

Tale  of  two  cities.  See  Only  (The) 
way. 

Taming  (The)  of  the  stew;  a  1-act 
play,  by  S.  F.  Boniface.  ©  1  c.  June 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  11136;  Symona 
Ferner  Boniface,  7276  Woodrow  Wil- 
son Drive,  Hollywood,  Calif.        3834 

Tea  time ;  a  comedy  in  1  act,  by  George 
Savage.  Boston  [1931]  17  p.  12 
mo.  ©  June  1,  1931;  2  c.  June  3; 
D  pub.  739;  Walter  H.  Baker  co., 
Boston.  3835 

Television ;  a  vaudeville  sketch,  by  E. 
L.  Winchester.  ©  1  c.  June  25,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11097 ;  Eugene  L.  Win- 
chester,  413    68th    St.,    Brooklyn. 

3836 

Terrible  (The)  Turk;  a  play,  by  Bea- 
trice Blackmar  [i.  e.  B.  B.  Gould] 
and  B.  Gould.  ©  1  c.  May  21,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10921;  Bruce  Gould  and 
Beatrice  Blackmar  Gould,  395  Bleek- 
er  St.,  New  York.  3837 


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Tesha.    See  That  woman. 

That  woman;  an  adaptation  from 
Tesha,  an  original  story,  by  D.  Gor- 
don, screen  version,  by  Edward  R. 
Sammis.  ©  1  c.  June  23.  1931;  D 
unpub.  11073;  Diana  Gordon,  21  W. 
86th   St.,  New  York.  383S 

They  also  serve;  a  pageant,  by  E.  K. 
Betz  and  A.  B.  McGuire.  ©  1  c. 
June  17,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11161 ;  Eva 
K.  Betz.,  353  Van  Houten  Ave.,  Pas- 
saic, N.  J.,  and  Agnes  B.  McGuire, 
234  Madison  St.,  Fall  River,  Mass. 

3839 

This  dizzy  age ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  F. 
Hatton  and  Fanny  Hatton.  ©  1  c. 
June  29,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11147  ;  Fred- 
eric Hatton,  64  E.  86th  St.,  New 
York.  3840 

This  lovely  country ;  a  1-act  play,  by 
M.  Ringgold.  ©  1  c.  June  17,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10997;  Mary  Ringgold, 
Shepherdstown,  W.  Va.  3841 

Th!s  practical  world;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  W.  A.  Manheimer  and  I.  Paul. 
©  1  c.  June  1,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10816  ; 
Wallace  A.  Manheimer,  1950  An- 
drews Ave.,  and  Isaac  Paul,  255  Ft. 
Washington  Ave.,  New  York.      3842 

This  strange  reality;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Richard  Maibaum.  ©  1  c. 
June  6,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10886 ;  Rich- 
ard Wralter  Maibaum,  2701  Grand 
Concourse,  New  York.  3843 

Thora,  the  giraffe  girl ;  a  1-act  play, 
by  Noel  Lester.  ©  1  c.  June  8,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10893 ;  Noel  Bovell  Lester, 
267    Somerset  St.,    Plainfield,   N.   J. 

3844 

Thorough  (A)  change;  or,  New  pas- 
tures, a  play  in  4  acts,  by  G.  G. 
Brown.  ©  1  c.  June  9,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10903;  G.  Gilbert  Brown, 
Royal  Societies  Club,  St.  James  St., 
London.  3845 

Three  artists  and  a  lady  ;  a  satirical 
farce  in  3  acts,  by  Archibald  F. 
MacLeish  and  B.  Beyea.  ©  1  c. 
May  26,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10016 ;  Ba- 
sil Beyea,  167  W.  Palisade  Ave.,  En- 
Ldewood,  N.  J.,  and  A.  F.  MacLiesh, 
%  Bankers'  trust  co.,  14  Wall  St., 
New   York.  3846 

Three  flats;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  M. 
Muggeridge.     ©  1  c.  June  11,  1931; 


D  unpub.  10936;  Malcolm  Mugge- 
ridge,  20  Green  St.,  Leicester  Sq., 
London.  3847 

Three  flights  up;  a  comedy  in  3  acts, 
by  A.  Kemble.  ©  1  c.  June  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11137 ;  Arthur  Kemble,  36 
Commerce  St.,  New  York.  3848 

Three  plays ;  by  R.  C.  Trevelyan. 
London,  Leonard  &  Virginia  Woolf 
at  the  Hogarth  press,  1931.  119> 
[1]  p.  12mo.  Contents:  Sulla.— 
Fand. — The  pearl-tree.  ©  May  21, 
1931;  1  c.  June  6;  D  pub.  10913; 
Robert  Calverley  Trevelyan,  Dork- 
ing, England.  3849 

Tid  bits;  a  sketch,  by  C.  A.  Renault. 
©  1  c.  June  8,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10892 ; 
Clifton  A.  Renault,  130  E.  27th  St., 
New  York.  3850 

To  the  pure;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by 
T.  Buchanan.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11025 ;  Thompson  Bu- 
chanan, 116  Washington  PL,  New 
York.  3851 

Together  again;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by 
H.  Jones.  ©  1  c.  June  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  11148;  Heath  Jones,  2305 
Ridgway  Drive,  Wilmington,  Del. 

3852 

Toni  (Die)  ;  singspiel  in  5  bildern, 
nach  A.  M.  Willner  und  E.  Rubri- 
cius,  von  Ernst  Steffan  und  Paul 
Knepler.  Musik  von  Ernst  Steffan. 
Als  manuskript  vervielfaltigt.  Ber- 
lin, 1931.  2  p.  1.,  134  p.  8vo.  Text. 
©  1  c.  May  27,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11020;  Crescendo  theaterverlag,  g. 
m.  b.  h.,  Berlin.  3853 

Tout  va  bien ;  piece  en  3  actes,  by  H. 
Jeanson.  ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10909;  Henri  Jeanson,  14, 
Rue  La  Fontaine,  Paris.  3854 

Towards  humanity ;  a  play  in  5  scenes, 
by  Mildred  Valentine  ( Mrs.  J.  Wein- 
berger) [i.  e.  M.  Weinberger]  © 
1  c.  June  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11067 ; 
Mildred  Weinberger,  31  W.  Mosholu 
Parkway,  New  York.  3855 

Traveling  (The)  honeymooners ;  Epi- 
sode 1,  a  radio  sketch,  by  Helen 
Hoerle  [i.  e.  H.  H.  Kinsella]  © 
1  c.  June  30,  1931;  D  unpub.  11159; 
Helen  Hoerle  Kinsella,  6  W.  77th 
St.,   New  York.  3856 

Treasure  (The)  chest;  1-act  operetta 
for  mixed  voices,  by  Otis  M.  Car- 


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3880 


rington.  Redwood  City,  Calif.,  1931. 
34  p.  4to.  ©  June  18,  1931;  2  c. 
June  23;  D  pub.  2S054 ;  Myers  & 
Carrinston,   Redwood   City,  Calif. 

3857 

Treasures  in  heaven ;  a  1-act  p^ay,  by 
F.  F.  Miller.  ©  1  c.  June  19,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11032;  Francesca  Falk 
Miller,  1500  Lake  Shore  Drive,  Chi- 
cago. 3858 

"Turncoats  (The)  ;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  7  scenes,  by  Alexander 
Graham  [pseud,  of  H.  Griffith  1  © 
1  c.  June  12,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10953 ; 
Helen  Griffith,  %  5th  Ave.  Bank. 
New  York.  3859 

Uncle  Herman ;  a  play  in  4  acts,  by  B. 
Gross.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931;  D 
unpub.  101)69;  Beatrice  Gross,  16-40 
N.  Richmond  St.,  Chicago.  3860 

Uncommon  wife ;  a  farce-comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  Ruth  Eunice  Fine  and 
Beatrice  Edith  Aronson.  ©  1  c. 
June  16.  1931;  D  unpub.  10983; 
Ruth  E.  Fine,  450  *W.  24th  St.,  and 
Beatrice  E.  Aronson,  215  W.  101st 
St.,  New  York.  3861 

Und  Venus  liichelt ;  lustspiel  in  6  ab- 
schnitten  Verena  Friedlander. 
Manuscript.  Berlin,  1931.  2  p.  L, 
[3]-121  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  27, 
1931;  D  unpub.  11021;  S.  Fischer 
veriag,   a.  g..   Berlin.  3862 

Und  wen  verurteilen  sie?  komodie  in 
4  akten,  von  Alfred  Herzog.  Ber- 
lin-Halensee.  Universal  veriag 
[1931]  68  p.  8vo.  ©  Mar.  24, 
1931;  1  c.  Apr.  8;  D  pub.  11008; 
Hannsheinz  Winkler,  Universal  ver- 
iag.  Berlin-Halensee,   Germany. 

3863 

Until  tomorrow ;  a  play  in  1  act,  by 
M.  Ringgold.  ©  1  c.  June  17,  1931 : 
D  unpub.  10996:  Mary  Ringgold, 
Shepherdstown,  W.  Ya.  3864 

Up  and  coming ;  a  2-act  musical  com- 
edy, by  A.  E.  Schonberger.  Text. 
©  1  c.  June  18,  1931;  D  unpub. 
11084;  Adolph  E.  Schonberger.  914 
E.  12th  St.,  Brooklyn.  3865 

Vagabund  (Dei)  und  das  madchen  ; 
ein  spiel  von  Reinhard  Goering  und 
Robert  Biischgens.  Manuscript. 
Berlin.  1931.  2  p.  1..  3-103  p.  12mo. 
©    1    c.    Apr.    22,    1931;    D    unpub. 


11014 ;  S.  Fischer  veriag,  a.  g.,  Ber- 
lin. 3866 

'Varsity  (The)  show;  book  by  John 
E.  Hayes,  lyrics  and  music  by  John 
E.  Hayes  and  Louis  A.  Rubin. 
[Tuckahoe,  N.  Y.,  1931]  Various 
pagings.  4to.  ©  Feb.  1,  1931 ;  2  c. 
June  4;  D  pub.  28048;  John  E. 
Hayes,  Tuckahoe,  N.  Y.  3867 

Vescle  kmotricky ;  1,  2  cast.  A  sketch 
in  2  episodes,  by  A.  Pelak.     ©  1  c. 

-  Mar.  21,  1931;  D  unpub.  11166; 
Andrj  Pelak,  519  Sanderson  Ave., 
Throop,  Pa.  3868 

Viaggio  (II)  del  Signor  Perrichon ; 
commedia  in  4  atti  di  Eugene  Marin 
Labiche  and  Edouard  Martin,  ridu- 
zione  e  musica,  di  G.  Zambuto.     © 

.  1  c.  May  28,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  28053  ; 
Gero  Zambuto,  Teatro  Arcimboldi, 
Milan.  3869 

Victor  Herbert ;  Episode  no.  10-13, 
a  series  •  of  radio  sketches,  by  Dan 
Jarrett.  ©  1  c.  each  June  1,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  10837-10840;  Famous  ar- 
tists of  the  air,  New  York. 

3870-3873 

Viennese  nights ;  Episodes  10,  11,  a 
series  of  radio  sketches,  by  Law- 
rence Holcomb.  ©  1  c.  each  June 
27,  1931;  D  unpub.  11127,  11128; 
Famous  artists  of  the  air,  New  York. 
3874,  3875 

Episodes  12.  13,  a  series  of  radio 

sketches,  by  Dorothy  Tilka  Stone. 
©  1  c.  each  June  27,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
11129,  11130;  Famous  artists  of  the 
air,  New  York.  3876,  3S77 

Vient  de  paraitre.     See  Just  out. 

Titamines,  incorporated;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  C.  Ward.  ©  1  c.  June  25, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  11102 ;  Craig  Ward, 
National  Arts  Club,  15  Gramercy 
Park,   New   York.  3S78 

Voltaire ;  a  play  in  3  acts,  by  Ariine 
DeHaas  and  A.  P.  Waxman.  Lam- 
bertville,  N.  J.,  Record-News  press 
[1931]  Various  pagings.  8vo.  © 
May  IS,  1931;  2  c.  May  28;  D  pub. 
763 ;  Ariine  de  Haas  and  A.  P. 
Waxman,  Stockton  Hotel,  Stockton, 
N.  J.  3879 

W  armobilu:  a  sketch,  by  I.  Ulatowski. 
©  1  c.  June  4,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10S59;  Ignacy  Ulatowski,  2639  Com- 
mor  Ave.,  Hamtramck,  Mich.     3880 


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pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Waiting  for  Nancy;  a  dramaette  in  1 
act,  by  I.  E.  Green.  ©  1  c.  June  10, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10928 ;  Ivan  Edward 
Green,  P.  O.  Box  3509,  Clearwater, 
Fla.  3881 

Wanted — notoriety ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  J.  G.  Wisloh.  ©  1  c.  June  15, 
1931 ;  D  unpub.  10971 ;  John  George 
Wisloh,  125  Ogden  Ave.,  Jersey 
City.  3882 

Warm  (A)  match;  a  2-act  farce  com- 
edy, by  A.  M.  Lyon.  ©  1  c.  June  1, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10809;  Alexander 
M.  Lyon,  351  La  Veta  Terrace,  Los 
Angeles.  3883 

Waste;  a  play  by  R.  Weisberg.  © 
1  c.  June  20,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11051 ; 
Rose  Weisberg,  1525  N.  Van  Ness 
Ave.,   Hollywood,   Calif.  3884 

Way  (The)  to  the  cross;  a  play  in  2 
acts,  by  C.  R.  Price.  ©  1  c.  May 
28,  1931;  D  unpub.  10935;  Charley 
Richard  Price,  502  6th  St.,  San 
Diego,  Calif.  3885 

We  hate  to  love ;  a  play,  by  T. 
Buchanan.  ©  1  c.  May  29,  1931; 
D  unpub.  10823;  Thompson  Buch- 
anan, 116  Washington  PL,  New 
York.  3886 

Weeklings;  a  3-act  comedy,  by  P.  S. 
Williams.  ©  1  c.  June  15,  1931; 
D  unpub.  11091 ;  Perry  Starkweather 
Williams,  4814  Thomas  Ave.,  Minne- 
apolis. 3887 

Weisse  (Das)  feuer;  ein  schauspiel  in 
5  akten  von  Friedrich  Heissmann. 
Manuscript.  Berlin,  1931.  2  p.  1., 
3-96  p.  12mo.  ©  1  c.  May  27,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11012;  S.  Fischer  verlag, 
a.   g.,  Berlin.  3888 

Well—?  a  1-act  play,  by  S.  C.  Wright. 
©  1  c.  June  11,  1931;  D  unpub. 
10941;  Sidney  Carl  Wright,  Rancho 
Elevado,  Azusa,  Calif.  3889 

Well — that's  life ;  a  comedy  drama 
with  song  in  3  acts,  a  musical  pro- 
logue and  musical  interlude  [written 
and  composed]  by  A.  Wilcomb.  114 
p.  4to.  ©  May  11,  1931 ;  2  c.  Mav 
19;  D  pub.  28049;  Alpha  Wilcomb, 
San  Bernardino,  Calif.  3890 

What  price  happiness;  an  original 
story,  by  Charley  Grapewin.  ©  1  c. 
June  23,  1931;  D  unpub.  11071; 
Charles  Ellsworth  Grapewin,  311  N. 
Arden  Blvd.,  Los  Angeles.  3891 


What  would  you?  1-act  comedy  [by 
Hermie  L.  Stookey,  Ann  S.  Hanzlik, 
and  Bess  S.  King]  [8]  p.  8vo.  © 
Apr.  15,  1931 ;  2  c.  Apr.  30 ;  D  pub. 
747;  Hermie  L.  Stookey,  Ann  S. 
Hanzlik,  and  Bess  S.  King,  Cedar 
Rapids,  la.  3892 

What  would  you  do ;  a  play  in  a  pro- 
logue and  3  acts,  by  E.  Lewis.  ©  1 
c.  June  5,  1931;  D  unpub.  10877; 
Edgar  Lewis,  6434  Yucca  St.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  3893 

When  birds  do  sing ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  Ruth  Vivian  [pseud,  of  R.  L. 
Clarke]  ©  1  c.  June  5,  1931 ;  D  un- 
pub. 10874;  Ruby  Lilian  Clarke,  86 
4th  Ave.,  Malba,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

3894 

Where  are  we  now?  a  musical  comedy 
in  3  acts,  by  M.  C.  Munn,  additional 
lyrics  by  Lydia  Walker.  Text.  © 
1  c.  May  15,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10962 ; 
Margaret  Crosby  Munn,  114  E.  71st 
St.,   New  York.  3895 

White  House ;  a  satirical  musical 
comedy  in  2  acts,  by  C.  H.  Gaver  and 
R.  S.  Chryst.  Libretto.  ©  1  c.  June 
19,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  11085 ;  Claude  H. 
Gaver  and  Richard  S.  Chryst,  352 
W.  87th  St.,  New  York.  3896 

Who's  your  father?  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  R.  Coleman  and  M.  Max- 
field.  ©  1  c.  Feb.  25,  1931 ;  D  unpub. 
10960;  Reta  Coleman,  285  Madeline 
Drive,  and  Mina  Maxfield,  847  S. 
Madison  Ave.,  Pasadena.  3897 

Whom  God  has  joined  together ;  a  play 
in  5  acts,  by  F.  Wright.  ©  1  c.  June 
19,  1931;  D  unpub.  11035;  Fannie 
Wright,  103  Stockholm  St.,  Brook- 
lyn. 3898 

Wife  (The)  of  Baxter;  a  play  in  3 
acts,  by  K.  Home.  ©  1  c.  June  5, 
1931;  D  unpub.  10878;  Kenneth 
Home,  41  Lower  Belgrave  St.,  Lon- 
don. 3899 

Wife  of  thy  bosom ;  a  play  in  3  acts, 
by  R.  H.  Hicks,  H.  M.  Hicks  and 
O.  Chagodaef.  ©  1  c.  June  4,  1931 ; 
D  unpub.  11178 ;  Robert  H.  Hicks,  24 
Delafielcl  PI.,  Henry  M.  Hicks,  Lake- 
wood  Rd.,  West  New  Brighton,  L.  I., 
N.  Y.,  Olga  Chagodaef,  485  Central 
Park  West,  New  York.  3900 

Wiles  (The)  of  Elise ;  a  comedy  in  3 
acts,  by  G.  G.  Brown.     ©  1  c.  June 


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no.  6, 1931 


3905. 


9,  1931;  D  unpub.  10904;  G.  Gilbert 
Brown,  Royal  Societies  Club,  St. 
James  St.,  London.  3901 

Wings  o'  glory ;  story  and  dialogue  by 
Jack  Moffitt,  continuity,  by  Raymond 
Schrock.  ©  1  c.  June  1,  1931;  D 
unpub.  10870;  Universal  pictures 
Corp.,  New  York.  3902 

Wise  sister ;  a  comedy  in  3  acts,  by  S. 
Sanford.     ©  1  c.  June  9,   1931;   D 


unpub.   10905;    Stephen   J. 
Redding  Ridge,  Conn. 


Sanford, 
3903 


Witch's  tale ;  Episodes  1,  2,  a  series  of 
radio  dramas,  by  A.  D.  Cole.  ©  1  c. 
June  4,  1931;  D  unpub.  11105; 
Alonzo  Deen  Cole,  477  W.  140th  St., 
New  York.  3904 

Young  George ;  a  drama  in  4  acts,  and 
an  epilogue,  by  H.  J.  Eckenrode.  © 
1  c.  June  11,  1931 ;  D  unpub.  10940 ; 
Hamilton  James  Eckenrode,  West- 
moreland Club,  Richmond.  3905 


Number  of  entries  in  part  1,  group  3,  of  the  catalogue  since  Jan.  1,  1931 : 
Class  D,   Dramatic  compositions    (including  2604  unpublished   and 

other  1-copy  entries) 2,924 

Class  D,  Dramatico-musical  compositions  (including  99  unpublished 

and  other  1-copy  entries) 149 

Total 3,  073 


209 


TITLES  OF  DRAMAS  OF  WHICH  THE  SUBSISTING  COPYRIGHT  HAS 
BEEN  RENEWED  UNDER  SECTION  24  OF  THE  ACT  OF  MARCH  4, 
1909  [3905 


China  (A)  doll;  a  musical  comedy  in 
2  acts,  by  H.  B.  Smith.  ©  Harry  B. 
Smith,  319  W.  107th  St.,  New  York, 
as  the  author.  R  14485,  Apr.  29, 
1931.  1 

Gendre  (Le)  cle  M.  Poirier ;  comedie 
en  4  actes,  "par  Emile  Augier  et 
Jules  Sandeau,  ed.  with  introduc- 
tion, notes  and  vocabulary,  by  Ed- 
win Carl  Roedder.  ©  Edwin  Carl 
Roedder,  College  of  the  city  of  New 
York,  W.  139th  St.,  New  York,  as 
the  author  of  the  editing,  introduc- 
tion, notes  and  vocabulary.  R 
12060,  Jan.  3,  1931.  2 

Good  (The)  natur'd  man  and  She 
stoops  to  conquer ;  by  Oliver  Gold- 
smith, the  introduction  and  bio- 
graphical and  critical  material  by 
Austin  Dobson,  the  text  collated  by 
George  P.  Baker.  ©  A.  T.  A.  Dob- 
son,  London,  as  the  executor  of  the 
author  of  introduction,  biographical 
and  critical  material.  R  13704,  Apr. 
13,  1931.  3 

Hamlet,  prince  of  Denmark  (Shake- 
speare's tragedy  of)  ;  ed.  with  notes, 
an  introduction  and  outline  ques- 
tions, by  L.  A.  Sherman.  ©  L.  A. 
Sherman,  University  of  Nebraska, 
Lincoln,  Neb.,  as  the  author  of  the 
editing,  R  14137,  May  2,  1931.  4 

Joyzelle;  piece  en  5  actes  [cle]  Maurice 
Maeterlinck.  ©  Maurice  Maeter- 
linck, Villa  des  Abeilles,  Ave.  des 
Beaumettes,  Nice,  France,  as  the 
author.     R  14089,  Apr.  20,  1931.       5 

Love  will  find  a  way ;  an  Amish  oper- 
etta, music  by  H.  O.  Marks,  words 
by  Charles  M.  Howell  and  David  P. 
R.  McNeal.  ©  Hugo  O.  Marks,  237 
Willin  Ave.,  New  York,  as  the 
author  of  music.  R  14483,  May  7, 
1931.  6 

Mademoiselle  Napoleon ;  a  musical 
comedy  in  3  acts,  by  Jean  Richepin, 
adapted  by  Joseph  Herbert,  rnusic 
by  Gustav  Luders.    ©  Marie  L.  Her- 


bert, 370  Central  Park,  W.,  New 
York,  as  the  widow  of  the  author. 
R  14481,  May  8,  1931.  7 

Maid  (The)  and  the  mummy;  a  musi- 
cal farce  in  3  acts,  book  and  lyrics 
by  Richard  Carle,  music  by  R.  Hood 
Bowers.  ©  Richard  Carle,  Lambs 
Club,  128  W.  44th  St.,  New  York,  as 
the  author  of  words.  R  14606,  May 
21,  1931.  8 

Representative  English  comedies ;  v.  1. 
From  the  beginning  to  Shakespeare, 
with  introduction,  essays  and  notes. 
An  historical  view  of  our  earlier 
comedy  and  other  monographs,  by 
various  writers,  under  the  general 
editorship  of  Charles  Mills  Gayley. 
©  Charles  Mills  Gayley,  University 
of  California,  Berkeley,  Calif.,  as 
the  author  of  the  editing.  R  13457, 
Apr.  3,  1931.  9 

She  stoops  to  conquer.  See  Good 
natur'd  man. 

Sho-gun  (The)  ;  an  original  comic 
opera  in  2  acts,  book  and  lyrics  by 
G.  Ade,  music  by  Gustav  Luders. 
©  George  Ade,  Brook,  Ind ,  as  the 
author  of  the  words.  R  14484,  Apr. 
29,  1931.  10 

Social  (A)  detective;  a  comedy -drama 
in  4  acts,  by  Archibald  Clavering 
Gunter.  ©  Harold  Edwin  Gunter, 
9  12th  Ave.,  Paterson,  N.  J.,  as  the 
next  of  kin  of  the  author,  who  is" 
not  living.    R  14215,  Apr.  30,  1931. 

11 

Where  there  is  nothing;  by  W.  B. 
Yeats.  (Plays  for  an  Irish  theatre, 
v.  1)  ©  W.  B.  Yeats,  82  Merrion 
Sq.,  S..  Dublin,  as  the  author.  R 
14216,  May  2,  1931.  12 

Woodland ;  a  forest  fantasy,  book  and 
lyrics  by  Frank  Pixley,  music  by 
Gustav  Luders.  ©  Chyrsie  Pixley 
Tibbets,  55  Edgerton  Rd.,  Akron,  O., 
as  the  next  of  kin  of  the  author  of 
the  words,  who  is  not  living.  R 
14482,  May  6,  1931.  13 


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CLASSES  L  AND  M 
MOTION  PICTURES 


Aces  up;  by  Dick  Huemor  and  Sid 
Marcus.  (Toby  the  pup  series) 
Reel.  ©  May  16,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  June  5  ;  L  2269 ;  R  K  O 
radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    3906 

Against  the  rules ;  story  by  and  di- 
rected by  Arch  B.  Heath.  2  reels. 
©  May  31,  1931;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion June  9;  L  2286;  RKO-Pathe 
distributing  corp.,  New  York.     3907 

Air  police ;  story  continuity  and  dia- 
logue by  Arthur  Hoerl  and  Bennett 
Cohen,  directed  by  Stuart  Paton.  6 
reels.  ©  Apr.  5,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription June  S ;  L  2278 ;  Sono  art 
world  wide  pictures,  inc.,  New  York. 

390S 

And  the  green  grass  grew  all  around; 
directed  by  Dave  Fleischer.  Reel. 
©  June  1,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  descrip- 
tion June  5 :  M  2595 ;  Paramount 
publix  corp.,  New  York.  3909 

Annabelle's  affairs ;  from  the  stage 
play  Good  gracious  Annabelle  by 
Clare  Kummer,  adaptation  and 
dialogue  by  Leon  Gordon,  directed 
by  Alfred  Werker.  8  reels.  ©  May 
22,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  June 
S:  L  22S2:  Fox  film  corp.,  New 
York.  3910 

Arizona  ;  based  on  the  play  by  Augus- 
tus Thomas,  adaptation  and  dia- 
logue by  Robert  Riskin.  continuity 
by  Dorothy  Howell,  directed  by 
George  B.  Seitz.  7  reels.  ©  June 
25,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  June 
26  ;  L  2311 ;  Columbia  pictures  corp., 
New  York.  3911 

Back  (The)  page:  story  and  dialogue 
by  Ernest  Pagano  and  Jack  Town- 
ley,  directed  by  William  Goodrich. 
2  ceel&  ©  May  24,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  June  8 ;  L  2279  ;  Educa- 
tional film  exchanges,  inc.,  New 
York.  3912 

Baseball  batter:  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
(Models  in  motion)  Reel.  ©  Apr. 
29,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  June 
18  ;  M  2634  ;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc..  Rochester.  N.  Y.  3913 

Baseball  pitcher  :  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
(Models  in  motion)  Reel.  ©  May 
13,  1931;  2  c.  and  description  June 


18 ;  M  2635  ;  Eastman  teaching  films, 
inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.  3914 

Big  brother.  See  Young  Donovan's 
kid. 

Birds  of  prey ;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Apr.  29,  1931;  2  c.  and 
description  June  IS ;  M  2630 :  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester, 
N.  Y.  3915 

Birds  of  the  seacoast ;  bv  George  W. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  29,  1931;  2  c. 
and  description  June  18 ;  M  2631 ; 
Eastman  teaching  films,  inc.,  Roch- 
ester, N.  Y.  3916 

Black  (The)  camel;  original  story  by 
Earl  Derr  Biggers,  adapted  by 
Hugh  Stange,  screen  play  and  dia- 
logue by  Barry  Conners  and  Philip 
Klein,  directed  by  Hamilton  Mac- 
Fadden.  8  reels.  ©  May  27,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  June  19 ;  L 
2301 ;  Fox  film  Corp.,  New  York. 

3917 

Body  framework ;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  4,  1931;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription June  15 ;  M  2606 ;  East- 
man teaching  films,  inc.,  Rochester, 
N.  Y.  3918 

Boone  (The)  trail;  by  George  W. 
Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  27,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  June  15;  M 
2607 ;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  3919 

Butterflies ;  by  Staff  writer  electrical 
research.  Reel.  ©  June  1,  1931; 
2  c.  June  9  ;  description  June  6 ;  M 
2601 ;  Electrical  research  products, 
inc.,  New  York.  3920 

Cab  waiting;  story  by  Paul  Gerard 
Smith,  adapted  by  E.  K.  Nadel,  di- 
rected by  Norman  Taurog.  2  reels. 
©  June  22,  1931 ;  2  c.  June  20 ;  de- 
scription June  22;  L  2304;  Para- 
mount  publix   corp.,   New   York. 

3921 

Cat's  (The)  paw;  story  by  Dick 
Smith,  Sidney  Levee  and  Mitchell 
Rhein,  directed  by  Harrv  Edwards. 
2  reels.  ©  June  16,  1931;  2  c.  June 
16;  description  June  17;  L  2297; 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

3922 


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CATALOGUE   OF   COPYRIGHT  ENTRIES 


3923 


pt.  i,  n.  s.,  v.  4 


Chances ;  story  by  A.  Hamilton  Gibbs, 
adaptation  by  Waldemar  Young,  di- 
rected by  Alan  Dwan.  7  reels.  © 
June  12,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
June  16 ;  L  2295 ;  First  national  pic- 
tures, inc.,  New  York.  3923 

China  (The)  plate.  (No.  18  of  Silly 
symphony)  Reel.  ©  May  16,  1931; 
2  c.  and  description  June  5 ;  M  2596 ; 
Walt  Disney  productions,  ltd.,  Holly- 
wood, Calif.  3924 

Coffee ;  by  George  W.  Hoke.  Reel.  © 
Mar.  20,  1931;  2  c.  and  description 
June  15;  M  2608;  Eastman  teaching 
films,  inc.,  Rochester,  N.  Y.        3925 

Curiosities;  C-221.  Reel.  ©  June  3, 
1931 ;  2  c.  June  5 ;  description  June 
16;  M  2623;  W  A  films,  inc.,  New 
York.  3926 

-Daddy  Long  Legs ;  story  by  Jean  Web- 
ster, screen  play  and  dialogue  by 
Sonya  Levien,  directed  by  Alfred 
Santell.  9  reels.  ©  May  21,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  June  1 ;  L  2264 ; 
Fox  film  corp.,  New  York.  3927 

Dancing  partner.    See  Just  a  gigolo. 

Delivery  (The)  boy.  (Mickey  mouse 
no.  14)  Reel.  ©  June  6,  1931 ;  2  c. 
June  20;  description  June  19;  M 
2643;  Walt  Disney  productions,  ltd., 
Hollywood,  Calif.  3928 

Diamond  experts.  (Sportlight)  Reel. 
©  May  17,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  description 
June  16;  M  2619;  RKO-Pathe  dis- 
tributing corp.,  New  York.  3929 

Down  south ;  by  Dick  Huemor  and  Sid 
Marcus.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  15,  1931 ;  2  c. 
and  description  June  9;  L  2284; 
R  K  O  radio  pictures,  inc.,  New 
York.  3930 

Dutch  (The)  East  Indies;  by  George 
W.  Hoke.  Reel.  ©  Apr.  18,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  June  18;  M 
2632;  Eastman  teaching  films,  inc., 
Rochester,  N.  Y.  3931 

Ex-bad  boy  ;  from  The  Whole  town's 
talking,  by  John  Emerson  and  Anita 
Loos,  screen  play  by  Dale  Van 
Every,  directed  by  Vin  Moore.  7 
reels.  ©  June  23,  1931;  2  c.  June 
23;  description  June  24;  L  2308: 
Universal  pictures  corp.,  New  York. 

3932 

Explorer  (The)  ;  by  Frank  Moser  and 
Paul  Terry.  Reel.  ©  Mar.  22,  1931 ; 
2  c.  and  description  June  10 ;  L  2287  ; 
Terry,  Moser  &  Coffman,  New  York. 

3933 


Exposition  of  time.  Reel.  ©  June  15, 
1931 ;  2  c.  and  description  June  19 ; 
M  2649;  Isaac  Franklin  Pheils,  To- 
ledo. 3934 

Everything's  Rosie;  story  by  Al  Boas- 
berg,  screen  play  by  Tim  Whelan, 
directed  by  Clyde  Bruckman.  8 
reels.  ©  May  22,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription June  22;  L  2303;  R  K  O 
radio  pictures,  inc.,  New  York.    3935 

Feet  (The)  ;  by  George  W.  Hoke. 
Reel.  ©  Mar.  27,  1931 ;  2  c.  and  de- 
scription June  15 ;  M  2609 ;  Eastman 
teaching  films,  inc.,  Roc